Over the past twenty years Haus of Vine has strived to provide exceptional wines for our customers. Whether it is a red wine from Italy or a white wine from Germany, quality juice is the key. From our early days back in the mid 1990’s Haus of Vine has stood by our exclusive supplier RJ Spagnols. They have proven time and time again that their products are second to none in the industry.
Since 1995 we have won dozens of awards for a vast variety of wines, in many different wine making competitions. All of the raw ingredients used in these award winning wines were provided by RJ Spagnols.
Haus of Vine is extremely proud and honoured to have recently placed our 1000th order with RJ Spagnols and look forward to the next 1000.

Are all wine kits created equal? The short answer is no. Just as easily as you can purchase a new car for $20 000.00 you can also buy one for $150 000.00. At the end of the day you both have a car, one just happens to be much nicer to drive. You can purchase an $8.00 bottle of Shiraz at the liquor store or a $25.00 bottle of Shiraz. Obviously, in both cases you have a bottle of Shiraz, the more expensive one just happens to have more body, aromatics and bouquet. The exact same logic applies to a wine kit, an $80.00 wine kit will have more complexity than a $60.00 wine kit and a $135.00 kit with have more body, aromatics and bouquet than both the $60.00 and the $80.00 wine kit.
Typically when purchasing a wine kit the larger the wine kit the fuller bodied the finished product will be. If you are looking to make a wine that is the equivalent value to an $8.00-$10.00 wine from the liquor store an inexpensive wine kit with fit the bill. However you can not produce a $25.00 lcbo wine from a less expensive kit. Always take into account you get what you pay for.