95% Albertan with a touch of stolen grapes from B.C. – Sold out.

It’s a dry honey wine, a fruit wine with lots of back bone and a red grape wine.  It’s a Bastard, pure Alberta with a touch of stolen grapes from B.C.  This wine has hints of cinnamon, prairie berries, grapes and some soft tannins in the end.  It is well aged in oak casks.  It pairs beautifully with red meats.  Best served at room temperature. 

Only a few cases left, plus what is left in stores.  Given that we  bastardized our local philosophy with this wine we do not plan to bring it back in the near future and are focusing our red wine production and barreling program on Saskwatch.

Food pairing:

Bastard pairs great with a good steak, roast or burger.  It is spectacular with game and ginger beef.  For side dishes, Bastard pairs well with more neutral and sweeter dishes, like carrots and peas, or spinach.

Spirit Hills Wine Cocktails

Spirit Hills Sangria (served over ice):

– 2 parts Bastard

– 1 part Sprite

– 1/2 part amber rum (not spiced)

– a splash of orange

– add fruit to your liking

– serve over ice and enjoy!

Spirit Hills Mulled Wine (the most delicious way to warm up on cold winter days after a tobogganing, skiing or a game of hockey).

Mix 3/4 cup of water with a half cinnamon stick, 6 cloves and 1/3 cup of sugar. 

Let the mixture simmer uncovered for 15 minutes.

Strain (or scoop) out the herbs.

Add 1 bottle of Bastard.

Heat but don’t boil.

Serve hot & enjoy!