The Towne Winer

The Towne Winer opened in 2003 in the south- end of Guelph at the Downey Road Plaza. The proprietors both have their own areas of expertise: Barrie (a.k.a. The Winer) started to vint wine 40 years ago while Liz has over 30 years experience in retail. Our international, multi-award winning winemaker sources the world’s best wine kits, pasteurized juices, fresh varietal juices and musts from Italy, California, South America, Australasia and, of course, Niagara & B.C. for you.
We also have an extensive French oak barrel program to age your wines plus specialize in vinting all our varietals and French hybrids with “skins on” for more complexity/age worthiness. And with the expertise of our winemaker, we vint commercial quality, age-worthy wines for you to enjoy and share.
Our micro winery offers an inviting atmosphere in which to vint your quality wines. We also focus on proven wine accessories and essentials, particularly wine decanters and aerators to enhance your wine drinking experience.
We also offer supplies and related wine and beer making equipment. For the home wine-maker/ brewer The Towne Winer doesn’t sell “special pricing”. Our goal is to create maximum value and quality in every price point/kit/juice category for you. The results of quality wine making are that you will enjoy wines of more complexity, taste, finish and body. We stand behind this goal and our mission: providing you value & quality with your wining experience with us!
As with our wine programme, we strive to give you a true Craft Beer experience too. The Towne Winer has launched a naturally carbonated, unfiltered, premium, handcrafted small batch beer programme locally sourced and developed by our highly experienced Munich trained brewmaster. It is an innovative and exciting concept which offers interesting craft beer varieties and seasonal specialties.
·       Bottling is done in recyclable 750ml. glass Belgium bombers that are “swing-tops” or crown capped.
·       All Towne Winer beers are made with “100% all-natural ingredients” with minimal processing and are not pasteurized nor chemically preserved.
·       These cask conditioned lagers and ales can even become more complex and smoother with several months of ageing with proper storage conditions.


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