Wine Packages

All Vin Bon Wines are crafted from our world-renowned fresh juice. Each Wine Package makes approximately 25 bottles of wine.

Signature

$174

Unique blends from around the world and of the highest quality.

Classic

$134-184

Rich, full bodied wines of higher alcohol content and from specific winegrowing regions.

Premium

$100-124

Juice of superior freshness worthy of a truly great vintage.

Specialty

$78-217

Ice wine, fruit wine coolers, half bottle batches and other specialty wine packages

All Package Prices Include Fresh Juice, FOP Service, Corks, Shrink Caps, And Personalized Labels. Custom Labels, Bottles and Taxes Extra. Must Be 19 Years Of Age Or Older.

Signature

$174

Ready in 8-9 Weeks

Vin Bon’s Signature Wines are truly an international collection. Our Master Winemaker has combined varietals from different wine regions around the world, crafting proprietary blends that are perfectly balanced. These unique blends are of the highest quality and are sure to please even the most discerning wine critic.

Signature Red

Cabernet Franc/Petit Verdot

Cabernet Franc is one varietal of higher quality and reputation grown worldwide. It is very similar to Cabernet Sauvignon, but ripens at least one week before. This feature allows it to thrive in climates slightly cooler. Cab Franc is very aromatic and is also rich in tannins and colour that make it very suitable for parenting a blend. Petit Verdot is also one of the traditional classic black grape varieties used for blending in Bordeaux. Winemakers generally use the Petit Verdot grapes as chefs would use seasoning. The “spice box” contribution this grape adds to wine is dense fruit, dark colour, black fruit flavours, and heavy tannins. By blending these two powerful wines we have reached a very elegant full body wine with balanced acidity, noted for their minerality and depth of colour among its notes of spicy, raspberry, cassis and violets.

Food Pairings: Cab Franc/Petit Verdot Blend pairs well with BBQ lamb chops, pork spare ribs, duck and other rich meats. Hearty casseroles and mature cheeses will also match well.

Bordeaux Style

French Bordeaux Blend consists of the five big grapes. Cabernet Sauvignon and or Merlot are usually playing the lead role, while Cab Franc, Malbec, and Petit Verdot act as the supporting cast. These three grapes help to add structure, colour and body in various amounts. Bordeaux Blend typically but not exclusively, uses at least three of the five grapes to be labeled as such.

Each year the percentage of each grape in the blend can vary and the winemaker can include more of the variety that excelled in that particular vintage.

Food Pairings: Bordeaux Blend is excellent with beef, lamb, and grilled veal, game such as pheasant and poultry such as grilled turkey. Other good accompaniments are couscous, tandoori spices and pâtés.

Big Red BBQ Blend

It is a blend of Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Sangiovese. Full bodied, a dark colour, both brilliant and deep, an aromatic nose and long, well-balanced palate. Initial fruity and floral aromas develop into a subtle bouquet of wood, spice and smell associated with a particular vineyard. On the palate, tannin becomes more soft and round. Perfect for any BBQ event!!!

Food Pairings: When it comes to this Big Red BBQ Blend the obvious match is a great grilled steak. Follow your dinner with some cheese, nuts and fruit. Stronger cheeses work best with the dryness and tannins in this blend.

Spanish Blend

Spanish Blend is a blend of Tempranillo and Granacha from Tinto Spain. Full bodied red wine

Typical of the Rioja wine from Spain. Granacha adds body and additional raspberry flavours, often with a spicy accent. Tempranillo offers a range of flavours from lighter red fruit such as strawberries and cherries, through to richer and riper flavours such as prunes, chocolate and stewed fruit.

Food Pairings: Spring Lamb chops, crumb roasted eggplant with a tomato & basil ragout.

Tuscan Blend

Tuscan Blend is more like the Super Tuscan Blend and is influenced by the Bordeaux style. Adrian has blended Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Tuscany is famous for its red wines made from the Sangiovese Grape. Chianti is permitted to use as little as 75% Sangiovese and is often blended with a maximum of 10% Canaiolo, up to 10% of the white wine grapes Malvasia and Trebbiano and up to 15% of any other red wine grape grown in the region, such as Cabernet Sauvignon.

Food Pairings: The Tuscan people are big meat eaters and Super Tuscans are perfect accompaniments to grilled steaks and roasts. Bitter vegetables like rapini and kale make fine accoutrements and also polenta, stewed white beans and porcini mushrooms.

Tempranillo (Spain)

Up until the 17th century Tempranillo type vines remained confined to mainland Spain, where they were best suited to the slightly cooler climate of the Northern Provinces. Here the regions of La Rioja(Spain) and Valdepenas historically made them their most important variety and they still make up the majority grape of their finest blends.

Food Pairing: Tempranillo wines are one of the most food friendly wines around. They offer versatility and value- without forsaking flavour and lift. Consider pairing them with their hometown favorites- tapas, pork grilled or roasted entrees.

Carménère (Chile)

Like Cabernet Sauvignon, Carménère wine is a deep red, and has a rich aroma of spice and fruit. Unlike Cabernet Sauvignon, the tannins in Carménère wine tend to be much softer, and it is drinkable at relatively young ages. In recent years however, more and more wineries have begun to produce pure Carménère wine, full of cherry, earth and in some cases dark bitters.

Food Pairing: Carménère is divine with savoury dishes especially earthy stews and moderately spicy or even hot spicy dishes. It goes well with vegetables alone or meats and vegetables. It also handles spicy dishes off the grill perfectly.

California Red Blend

California Red Blend is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Shiraz. This blend is decidedly New World in approach, but has been adopted by various Old World producers over the past couple of decades, notably those in Spain, California and southern France. This change has come in response to market demands, and goes against the grain of tradition. There is little or no precedent in any French wine region for blending Rhone Valley varieties such as (Syrah)Shiraz with the Bordeaux varieties. Cabernet adds bold, tannic, oaky, strong flavours while Shiraz adds spicy and dark colour. Merlot adds lush less acidic, herbal moderate notes. Together they make a great full bodied red blend.

Food Pairings: This blend works well with hard cheeses, Pasta with tomato sauce and is excellent with duck.

Amarone Style (Italy)

Amarone originated in the Veneto region of North- Eastern Italy, and is arguably the region’s most prestigious red wine. Winemakers searched for the way to increase body, complexity and alcohol content of their wines in order to concentrate the natural sugars and aromatics in Valpolicella wines. Local producers began drying their grapes after harvest, to remove water from the berries while retaining sweetness and flavour. Almost black in colour and a nose of spice, tar and dried berries, it is rich in flavours of dried fruit and prunes typically of wines made from dried grapes

Food Pairings: Robust pastas, braised meats and hearty beef stews pair well with this smooth wine.

Brunello Style (Italy)

Brunello is one of Italy’s most famous and prestigious wines. In Tuscany, its homeland, it shares the top spot with only the highly-prized Vino Nobile di Montepulciano and of course the ubiquitous Chianti. Modernists set the ball rolling for a ‘fruitier’ style in the 1980s, which made the wine less tannic. Sangiovese grapes are transformed into a wine with

Robust characters that are world renowned.

Food Pairings: Brunello is a great wine that deserves something substantial, a fine roast leg of lamb with rosemary, pot roast pheasant, and roast squab with truffles or that most famous dish of all bistecca alla Fiorentina, Tuscan-style steak, ideally sourced from the indigenous Chianina beef.

Signature White

Napa Blend

Napa Blend from California is a true California wine, with five white grape varietals Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat Canelli, Viogneier and Semillon- sourced from Napa, Monterey, Santa Barbara and Tulare counties. We often hear the word “exotic” when described. It’s a fitting portrayal; there is no other wine quite like it. 

Food Pairings: This is a blend of five varietals with just a hint of sweetness there is really no limit to what you can pair. Chicken, Seafood, Steak, Lamb, Salads, Desserts, you name it!

Sauvignon Blanc / Chardonnay

Sauvignon Blanc/Chardonnay from California is a blend of two grape varieties that traditionally produced two very different styles of wine. Chardonnay being rich, round and buttery. While Sauvignon Blanc is more fresh, aromatic and zingy. Somewhat surprising then, this non-traditional blend is produced almost as widely as the varieties plantings. It crops up in France (particularly Cheverny), various parts of Italy, Spain, Israel, California Australia, Chile and South Africa, with a wide range of results.

Food Pairings: Rabbit and pistachio terrine, Smoked Salmon, Sushi, and oven baked Salmon are but a few pairings with are unique blend.

Italian White

Italian White is a blend of Pinot Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc and Inzolia. Pinot Gris, the weightiest of the three, gives the blend its body, Sauvignon adds more acid and freshness. Inzolia is from Sicily and adds a gentle aromatic nose, a lemon and fruity palate and a fresh, clean, spicy finish. The blend typically displays various stone fruit flavours, highlighted by peach, nectarine and apricot, and sometimes has a high level of alcohol if the Pinot Gris is grown in a hot climate.

Food Pairings: Citrus Cooked Fish, Thai Green Curry, Crab meat salad, or Gnocchi in a light cream sauce.

White Bordeaux Blend

White Bordeaux is a blend of Sauvignon Blanc & Semillon. This subtle wine will surprise you with its aromatic bouquet and complexity on the palate. Thanks to its perfectly balanced acidity, it leaves a lasting impression of delicacy and fruit.

Food Pairings: This easy to drink wine is delicious with grilled fish, shell fish or on its own as an aperitif.

Spanish White Blend

Our Spanish White is a blend of Spain’s most popular grapes; Garnacha Blanca, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscatel and Palomino. Garnacha Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc bring elements of green apple, herb and minerality, while Muscatel and Palomino bring the light, refreshing body and golden colour.

Food Pairings: The blend pairs well with seafood, especially shellfish.

South American White Blend

Torrontes and Pinot Grigio from Argentina and Chardonnay from Chile make up this incredible South American blend. Torrontes is an aromatic wine with moderate acidity. Pinot Grigio smells like white fruit and jasmine and Chardonnay brings the straw, yellow colour, and a smooth pleasant finish on the palate.

Food Pairings: You could pair this delicious wine with poultry, fish, tofu or Autumn vegetables because they will not overwhelm the aromatics, flavour and acidity in the wine.

Classic

$134-184

Ready in 6-7 Weeks

The classic juices feature wines of extraordinary sophistication and taste. From world- renowned vineyards, that offer fewer grapes on the vine. When the grapes are cultivated this way, they produce a richer, fuller bodied wine, with higher alcohol content. The Classic Juice Series creates wines that display the unique characteristics that are inherent to specific regions such as The Russian River and Rutherford in California. Vin Bon Classic Juices explode with increased intensity of colour, flavour and bouquet.

Classic Red

Cabernet Sauvignon ($134)

This flavourful wine is deep ruby in colour and has bold fruit flavours of blackberry, blackcurrant and plums with a dash of spice. Although dry to the taste, the red berry and cedar aromas help make this full bodied wine.

Food Pairings: Great with barbecued steaks and burgers

Cabernet Franc ($134)

This legendary grape produces a full-bodied wine with less tannin than Cabernet Sauvignon. A beautiful bouquet and flavours of cassis and raspberry

Food Pairings: Pairs well with roast beef and meat lover’s pizza

Chianti ($134)

Chianti is a red wine produced form the Tuscan region of Italy. Chianti wines tend to be medium-high in acidity. Floral, cherry and light nutty notes are characteristic aromas with the wine expressing more notes on the mid-palate and finish at the front of the mouth.

Food Pairing: Chianti wines pair especially well with tomato-based sauces like marinara, which is why they are often paired with pasta dishes. Also pairs well with light meat like chicken fish or pork.

Valpolicella ($134)

Pale ruby colour; aromas and flavours of Bing cherries, candied strawberries, cracked black pepper and subtle vanilla; dry, light-medium bodied with juicy acidity and a clean finish. Valpolicella is typically made from three grape varieties: Corvina Veronese, Rondinella, and Molinara, rich in fruit flavours that jump out of the glass.

Australian Shiraz ($144)

Big, dry and intense is the best way to describe this Australian red. The lightly spicy dry wine with its white peppery bouquet has intense flavours of blackcurrant, blackberries and plums.

Food Pairings: Grilled pepper steak and bacon wrapped beef tenderloin are excellent matches for this bold wine

Cabernet/Merlot ($144)

A perfect blend of Merlot from Napa Valley and Cabernet from Sonoma County brings depth of flavours with a silky smooth finish.

Food Pairings: A great companion for spicy beef or lamb.

Merlot Reserve ($144)

Soft, subtle, silky and seductive – these are the descriptors for the Merlot Reserve. Expect lush fruit flavours of plum, cherry and strawberry. The subtle exposure to oak will develop the next layer, including flavours of smoke, spice and oak.

Food Pairings: Merlot Reserve is a great wine to enjoy with grilled beef kabobs and grilled vegetables.

Cabernet / Shiraz ($149)

Cabernet Sauvignon dominates this delicious blend of these two popular grapes. California gives us a Cabernet Sauvignon with bold tannin and notes of mint, eucalyptus and black pepper, which is complemented by the blackberry and dark chocolate brought by the Shiraz.

Food Pairings: Oven roasted or grilled beef dishes pair divinely with our Cabernet/Shiraz

Gothic Dark ($149)

Gothic Dark is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah lightly oaked.  Gothic dark boasts flavours of blackberry, blueberry, coffee and dark chocolate.

Food Pairings:  Filet Mignon, rosemary crusted lamb, mushroom & arugula risotto.

Gothic Red ($149)

Red is blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Merlot and Syrah.

Zinfandel offers dark fruit and spices, complemented by the smooth tannins of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon adds fresh dark fruit flavours, and firm structure, while the Syrah adds a smooth blueberry flavour, combining them in perfect harmony for an incredible California blend.

Food Pairings: Barbequed ribs or chicken wings in a sweet sticky marinade pair wonderfully. As do hamburgers, steak, lamb and meat-topped pizzas. You could also pair Vin Bon Gothic Red with blue cheeses and chocolate desserts!

Syrah/Malbec ($159)

Originally grown in France, Malbec and Syrah grapes are well represented around the world especially in Argentina and Australia. These two grapes are blended together to make dense, inky-purple wines. The oak, vanilla and cedar notes are well complemented with spiced fruit aromas. Moderate tannins, blueberries, plums, licorice, pepper and leather round out the palate.

Food Pairings: Deep dish pizza, baked meatballs, ribeye steak with hand cut fries

Malbec ($174)

A midseason ripener, it can bring very deep colour, ample tannin and a particular plum like flavour wine with characteristics of blackberries, licorice and spices on the nose and the palate.

Food Pairings: Pairs well with barbecued meats, Mexican foods and don’t forget to add a little spice.

Cab Sauv Reserve ($184)

Deep ruby in colour with blackcurrant, eucalyptus and cedar nose. A rich, full bodied wine with silky tannins, ripe black fruit and oak.

Food Pairings: superb choice for beef tenderloin and spicy red meat.

Classic White

Chardonnay ($134)

The Chardonnay grape clean, crisp and dry wine producing a fruit forward taste with a delicate floral aroma.

Food Pairings: Try this wine with your favourite grilled fish recipe or seafood pasta.

Johannesburg Riesling ($134)

A light bodied wine with a flowery bouquet and fruity flavours of lime, apricot and honey. Its lively acidity makes it a wonderfully versatile food wine.

Food Pairings: Serve this wine as an aperitif with salty appetizers or paired with your main course.

Moscato Reserve ($144)

Moscato Reserve is very quickly becoming popular among new wine lovers.  Known for its light body and dazzling fruit forward palate profile, with flavours from pear and apple to peach and apricot. The wine’s colour steers towards straw yellow with occasional tinges of gold. Moscato Reserve is intended to be enjoyed young.

Food Pairing: Moscato is a wine that is often paired with desserts or mild cheese and nuts. You can also pair it with fish, chicken and turkey or any spicy dish.

Sauvignon Blanc Reserve ($144)

A refreshing light to medium bodied white wine with fresh herbs, grass and delicate smoke on the nose, with flavours of melon, green apple and mineral notes.

Food Pairings: Try this herbaceous wine with meals containing asparagus, salad and goat cheese.

Verdicchio ($144)

Verdicchio is a white Italian wine grape variety grown primarily in the Marche region of central Italy. The name Verdicchio derives from verde and refers to the slight green/yellow hue that wines made from the grape can have.  In addition to producing still wines, Verdicchio grapes are also commonly used to make sparkling wines.

Verdicchio is a medium-bodied wine with a crisp, clean flavour profile which makes it the perfect aperitif wine. It is excellent for warm weather sipping on the patio and at the same time, the mouthwatering acidity and clean citrus flavours of lemon and grapefruit make it a great wine to pair with a variety of foods.

Food Pairing: Sushi, raw fish, Herby pasta sauces like pesto, white fish, Vegetable dishes

Gothic White ($149)

Gothic White is a blend of Chardonnay, Riesling, and Moscato with flavours on the palate of peach, pineapple, honey, vanilla and spice. The Gothic White has a slight sweetness to it and is light and refreshing to drink.

Food Pairings: Grilled chicken skewers with pineapple, grilled seafood, cured sausage and hard cheeses.

Pinot Grigio ($174)

Dry, crisp and fresh with a floral bouquet and subtle tropical fruit flavour. Light and elegant with a hint of spice, this Italian Pinot Grigio is perfect to enjoy with a meal or all on its own.

Food Pairings: Treat yourself and accompany it with shellfish.

Premium

$100-124

Ready in 4-5 Weeks

When you’re looking to create more than just a traditional red or white table wine, trust our premium juice to craft your very own Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Riesling, or Pinot Grigio, to name but a few. Vin Bon’s unparalleled selection of premium juices gives you the ultimate choice when deciding which wine to create. The grapes are harvested at the source, the juice is extracted and then it’s shipped directly Vin Bon. The result is a product of superior freshness worthy of a truly great vintage.

Premium Red

Alicante ($101)

Originally from France, but perfected in California. Alicante is a very productive grape. In addition to red flesh and juice, it has thick and tough skins. Rich colour, it makes a smooth red table wine.

Carignane ($103)

Carignane buds and ripens quite late, so it’s not prone to spring frosts, but requires a long season. The berries are bluish-black, round and fairly large, with fairly thick, astringent skins. Carignane mostly produces wines that have high colour, acidity and tannin.

Grenache ($103)

On its own, Grenache makes heavy, very fruity wines in their youth. They tend to age rapidly, after only a relatively short time in bottle. The general character and mouth feel of Grenache wines are more distinctive and identifiable that any particular aromas or flavours.

Vin Bon Red ($105)

A special blend developed by our wine masters shows rich red colour and a smooth fruit flavour featuring Carignane, Grenache and Montepulciano.

Ruby Cabernet ($106)

A blend featuring Cabernet Sauvignon and Carignane producing a rich, smooth wine with subtle fruit flavours. The grape for this type of red wine was developed in California’s hot climate.

Zinfandel Blend ($108)

Zinfandel is one red varietal that is probably best enjoyed in its youth, within three to five years of the vintage. Zinfandel becomes a prime motivation for people to become wine lovers. This juice is blended with Carignane.

Barbera ($114)

Barbera is an ancient varietal with its historical roots in Italy, where today it remains the second most widely planted red variety, after Sangiovese. Barbera can exhibit an attractive ripe aroma of red fruit, currants or blackberries.

Pinot Noir ($114)

An elegant, dry wine with aromas of raspberry and cherry. Rich in complexity with velvet flavours full of spices and fruit.

Zinfandel Royal ($114)

Zinfandel as a red wine can be made light and fruity, much like French Beaujolais or lively, complex and age worthy Like Cabernet or Claret. At its best, Zinfandel has a very bold, fruity raspberry like aroma and a flavour.

Cabernet Sauvignon ($116)

The famous red wine is deep in colour with youthful tannins. Full of berry and blackcurrant flavours, this is an easy drinking wine.

Merlot Italian ($116)

A gentle fruity bouquet with subtle undertones of oak. A soft, mellow fruity palate full of juicy blackberries and strawberries with light spice.

Merlot California ($116)

Merlot has become the darling red wine. It is because the consumer finds Merlot easy to drink. Merlot has a slightly lower natural acidity than Cabernet and generally less astringency, therefore usually a more lush mouth feel.

Montepulciano ($116)

The perfect Italian everyday wine. It is rich, with a tart cherry and fruity flavour with a cleansing acid. Being moderately tannic this wine can be consumed young and aged for several months.

Petite Syrah ($116)

Petite Syrah is a varietal with many fans. A dark rich red wine that has a strawberry bouquet and flavours of plum and blackberry. Firm tannins ensure this wine will age well.

White Zinfandel Blush ($116)

A fresh and fruity rosé wine with strawberry, melon and a touch of spice on the nose. A crisp and refreshing wine to be enjoyed well chilled.

Barolo ($124)

Deep in colour and high in tannin, this cherished Italian wine is full bodied and robust with ripe black fruit flavours. Barolo should be cellared for several months before enjoying it.

Cabernet Franc ($124)

This legendary grape produces a full bodied wine with less tannin than the Cabernet Sauvignon. Wonderful bouquet and flavours of cassis and raspberry.

Nebbiolo ($124)

Sturdy, strong, dry full bodied wine with higher tannins and acid. Nebbiolo wine has a bouquet of violets and chocolate that is complemented with strong fruit flavours of raspberry and licorice.

Sangiovese ($124)

Originating in Tuscany, the Sangiovese grape produces a full bodied red wine with cherry fruit overtones, balancing acidity and soft tannins.

Premium White

Thompson Seedless ($100)

The sultana grape is cultivated in the United States under the name Thompson Seedless. Named after William Thompson, a viticulturist who, was an eager grower in California and is sometimes credited with the varietal’s introduction. The Thompson Seedless wine is known for its bland sweetness.

Moscato ($101)

A bouquet of intense tropical fruits and soft perfume with sweet grapefruit and banana flavours. This is an everyday wine whether made sweet or dry.

Palomino ($101)

The Palomino grape is found in Australia and California where it is used mainly to produce fortified wines. Palomino grapes produce sherry-like wines.

Vin Bon White ($104)

A special white wine blend developed by our wine masters shows rich straw colour and produces smooth fruit flavours. A blend of Thompson Seedless, Moscato and Riesling.

Champlain ($106)

Featuring the Chardonnay varietal, this wine has a subtle straw colour and a bouquet of green apples and pear. A crisp, dry versatile wine.

Chenin Blanc ($106)

Chenin Blanc is arguably the most versatile of all wine grape varietals. It makes a crisp, dry table wine. The most frequently encountered smell and or flavour elements found include honey and melon flavours.

Sauvignon Blanc ($114)

This wine has an herbaceous, floral bouquet with gooseberry and citrus fruits on the palate. A dry, medium bodied wine that is smooth and full of flavour.

Trebbiano ($114)

Grown throughout Italy, this dry, full bodied white wine has a pleasant fruit and floral nose. It is hallmarked by its lingering fresh and fruity finish.

White Riesling ($114)

A light straw colour with hints of citrus and floral on the nose. A zingy wine with crisp fruity flavours of citrus, apricot and honey.

Gewurztraminer ($119)

A distinctive and exotic wine with an intriguing floral bouquet. An off-dry white wine with flavours of lychee, citrus and grapefruit.

Johannesburg Riesling ($119)

This Riesling impeccably reflects the uniqueness of its territory with its beautiful expressive bouquet suggesting citrus, apricot and honey notes.

Malvasia ($119)

An aromatic white wine that is smooth and brimming with sweet, spicy fruit flavours. This wine has good aging potential.

Soave ($123)

One of the most famous and popular Italian white wines, it is fresh, fragrant and well balanced. Enjoy this wine in its youth, well chilled.

Pinot Chardonnay ($124)

A clean, crisp and dry wine producing a rich golden colour with a fruity bouquet and complex flavours of green apple and tropical fruit.

Pinot Grigio ($124)

A refreshing light bodied white wine with flavours of citrus, green apple and honeydew melon.

Tocai ($124)

A Hungarian grape that is harvested sometimes as late as December produces a hearty wine, rich in flavour. This region is known for its sweet wines.

Blu Wine ($129)

This unique blend of wine appeals to a younger demographic as well as the young and adventurous at heart. Blu Wine is made from a blend of white and red juice, and gets its hypnotizing colour from an indigo pigment from the skin of the red grape. Blu Wine tastes like a white wine with a slight sweetness on the palate. Best to serve nice and chilled and enjoy with friends.

Ice Wine Style

$142  $217  10L/20L

Ready in 4-5 Weeks

Cabernet Franc (Red)

A unique taste sensation with sweet raspberry on the nose and packed full of jammy red fruit flavours on the palate. Serve as a complement to a fruit based dessert or simply savour the rich flavours on its own.

Ice Wine Style (White)

Luscious honey, apricot and tropical flavours are exquisitely balanced by the firm acidity. Intense, yet delicate from beginning to end. An exotic dessert wine to be served like a fine liqueur.

Fruit Wine Coolers

$115

Ready in 4-5 Weeks

Our Fruit wines are made from grapes! We start with our premium red and white juice, and follow the same steps when crafting our premium wine, with a twist at the end. A natural fruit essence is infused for flavour. This results in slightly higher alcohol and enhances the natural fruit flavours that are produced in wine. Best-enjoyed well chilled!

 

Blackberry Cabernet

The intense fruit flavours of Cabernet and the refreshing notes of blackberry explode on the palate. This slightly bold fruity wine will harmonize with spicy flavours.

Raspberry Merlot

This smooth wine has invigorating fruit flavours of plum and sun-ripened berries, combined with the natural blackberry characteristics of Merlot.

Strawberry Zinfandel

A refreshing fruit wine that has an exquisite bouquet of fresh picked strawberries.

Green Apple Sauvignon Blanc

Juicy green apple flavour balances the crisp finish from the Sauvignon Blanc Grape making this wine exceptionally refreshing. A tangy summer beverage that pairs well with salads and seafood.

Tropical Fruit Riesling

Bursting with aromas and flavours of juicy sweet pineapple, mango and kiwi. The Riesling’s subtle citrus notes create the perfect clean crisp finish.

Peach Chardonnay

A tasty combination of ripe, sweet fruit and the smooth butteriness of the Chardonnay; it is a fun beverage on a hot summer day.

Pear Pinot Grigio

The crispness of Pinot Grigio combined with juicy sweet pear, a hint of lemon and white flower makes this the perfect refreshing wine cooler. Try it with a warmed Ciabatta bread, turkey, pear, caramelized online and brie sandwich.

Pink Grapefuit Blush

Sweet but tart, unbelievably refreshing fruit wine will cool you down on the hottest summer days or nights. Enjoy with a mild cheese platter and some fresh summer fruit.

Black Cherry Barolo

Combine the Italian Riviera with its bold full bodied Barolo with the luscious richness and sweetness of black cherry grown right in your own backyard. Bursting with body and flavour.

Blue Pomegranite Merlot

Rich berry fruits found in Merlot paired with juicy blueberries and tangy tart pomegranate, give you a perfect balance. Enjoy with soft creamy cheeses or delicate seafood.

Specialty Wine

$129-$149

Ready in 4-6 Weeks

With nearly forty years experience, and under the guidance of our Master Winemaker, we are pleased to offer exceptional proprietary blends that are trademarked, and only available from Vin Bon Boutique Micro Wineries.

 

Blu Wine

This unique blend of wine appeals to a younger demographic as well as the young and adventurous at heart. Blu Wine is made from a blend of white and red juice, and gets its hypnotizing colour from an indigo pigment from the skin of the red grape. Blu Wine tastes like a white wine with a slight sweetness on the palate. Best to serve nice and chilled and enjoy with friends.

Gothic™ Collection

Gothic White is a blend of Chardonnay, Riesling, and Moscato with flavours on the palate of peach, pineapple, honey, vanilla and spice. The Gothic White has a slight sweetness to it and is light and refreshing to drink.

Gothic Red is blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Merlot and Syrah Zinfandel offers dark fruit and spices, complimented by the smooth tannins of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon adds Fresh Dark Fruit flavours, and firm structure, while the Syrah adds a smooth blueberry flavour, combining them in perfect harmony for an incredible California blend.

Gothic Dark is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah lightly oaked. Gothic dark boasts flavours of blackberry, blueberry, coffee and dark chocolate.

Twelve Bottle Batch

$78 – $90

While most of our wine packages produce 25 bottles, this half-batch produces a neat case of wine. You are able to order the juice in 20L pails and we will provide you with a few 12L pails to ferment the 12 bottle batch.

Classic Collection

Cabernet Sauvignon ($82)

This flavoursome wine is deep ruby in colour and has bold fruit flavours of blackberry, blackcurrant and plums with a dash of spice. Although dry to the taste, the red berry and cedar aromas help make this full bodied wine.

Food Pairings: Great with barbecued steaks and burgers

Australian Shiraz ($90)

Big, dry and intense is the best way to describe this Australian red. The lightly spicy dry wine with its white peppery bouquet has intense flavours of blackcurrant, blackberries and plums.

Food Pairings: Grilled pepper steak and bacon wrapped beef tenderloin are excellent matches for this bold wine

Merlot Reserve ($90)

Soft, subtle, silky and seductive – these are the descriptors for the Merlot Reserve. Expect lush fruit flavours of plum, cherry and strawberry. The subtle exposure to oak will develop the next layer, including flavours of smoke, spice and oak.

Food Pairings: Merlot Reserve is a great wine to enjoy with grilled beef kabobs and grilled vegetables.

Chardonnay ($82)

The Chardonnay grape clean, crisp and dry wine producing a fruit forward taste with a delicate floral aroma.

Food Pairings: Try this wine with your favourite grilled fish recipe or seafood pasta.

Johannesburg Riesling ($82)

A light bodied wine with a flowery bouquet and fruity flavours of lime, apricot and honey. Its lively acidity makes it a wonderfully versatile food wine.

Food Pairings: Serve this wine as an aperitif with salty appetizers or paired with your main course.

Sauvignon Blanc Reserve ($90)

A refreshing light to medium bodied white wine with fresh herbs, grass and delicate smoke on the nose, with flavours of melon, green apple and mineral notes.

Food Pairings: Try this herbaceous wine with meals containing asparagus, salad and goat cheese.

Premium Collection

Barolo ($78)

Deep in colour and high in tannin, this cherished Italian wine is full bodied and robust with ripe black fruit flavours. Barolo should be cellared for several months before enjoying it.

Pinot Grigio ($78)

A refreshing light bodied white wine with flavours of citrus, green apple and honeydew melon.

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