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It is easy to freight in 1000's of California pure juice and wine kits. they come into Canada in tanker trucks. From Europe, South America and Australia, these come in large 1000 L. Plastic drums and of course on a ship. Still fairly economical though more expensive than by tanker. But what about those wines and concentrates that are grown elsewhere in the world? Do we have them? Some. Are they good, yes. Problem is Canadian processors can only order certain smaller amounts. This means that orders are fewer and farther between.

Most of our "rare kits" are from the Southern hemisphere: Though they are not as popular as the Merlot, Bordeaux, Barolo etc, they are all exceptionally good. Here is a short list of what we have in stock.

New Zealand Pinot Noir
Germany Gewurztraminer
New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc
Germany Mueller-Thurgau
Austria Gruner Veltliner (S.O)
South Africa Shiraz (S.O)
(S.O = special order)

Granted this is a very short list. But then, the market is decided by demand, nothing lese. And if demand is not there, we cannot carry all of them on a regular basis.