Feature Story                                                                          Friday, April 28, 2017


Trickle-Down Effect

Ripples Winery throws open its doors May 6 with free appies, music, wine sampling, blueberry ice cream and more

Melanie Thompson, Ripples Winery


Enjoy the awesome Ripples Winery patio May 6.

ipples Estate Winery is BCs newest fruit winery, with a grand opening planned for May 6th, 2017, from 10am-5pm. Be sure to expect a fun-filled day of wine tasting paired with appetizers, live music, a wine and beer garden and blueberry products such as blueberry ice cream and real wine gums.

Ripples is not just another winery, itís an experience. Owned and operated by Paul and Caroline Mostertman, they believe in creating unique products using their own blueberries grown on the farm.

All wines are hand crafted and bottled onsite ensuring products are local and wholesome. Ripples winery currently offers three styles of blueberry wine; a table wine, dessert wine and a port-style wine, to appeal to every palate.

Nestled in the Secret Gardens of Woodbridge Ponds, guests have the opportunity to explore the ponds, water features and greenhouses with hundreds of different blooming water lilies. Their licensed picnic area is perfect for an afternoon snack amongst the ponds and greenery.

Take a stroll through the beautiful gardens at Ripples Winery.

On May 6th, come on out to 3387 Tolmie road to experience the ripple effect of Ripples Winery for yourself. There will be free appetizers provided, live music, wine sampling, and a beer and wine garden.

There will also be many blueberry products available such as custom blueberry ice cream, real blueberry wine gums, blueberry wine salt and more.

For additional information, visit www.rippleswinery.com



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