the grape house



the grape house

We are located at 184 St. Andrew St.,in beautiful downtown Fergus

Owned and Operated by Tanya Graham


Visit our menu for pricing.

find YOUR flavour


Each month 2 wine kits will be featured...


All kits make approx. 30 bottles

All prices include taxes, corks and labels

         KenRidge Classic ( 10L)              Gewurztraminer OR  Cab Sauv   $130

     Legacy  (16L)                       Merlot OR  Riesling   $160


KenRidge Classic (10L)       Merlot  OR  Traminer Riesling $130

          Legacy (16L)                   Cab Merlot    OR  Chardonnay$160

We have an exciting Special this 

month....Buy 1 batch of wine and get 

$50.00 off the second batch!!!!!

Looking for Wedding Wine the link below

Now Available!!!!

Free Bottles For First time Wine Maker's!!!

Have a bottling Party!!!!

184 st andrew st, fergus, on, canada

Hours of Operation

Monday Closed

Tuesday 10-5

Wednesday 4-8

Thursday 10-5

Friday 10-5

Saturday 9-12

Sunday Closed

Closed All Long Weekends

Wine Recipe's

Watermelon White Wine Spritzer

2 cups small cubed chilled seedless watermelon
1 bottle chilled Chardonnay
2 tablespoons grenadine syrup
12 ounces chilled sparkling mineral water

Divide the watermelon among 6 to 8 white wine glasses, then divide the wine, grenadine, and sparkling water among the glasses and give them a quick stir. Serve immediately.

Black Sangria Recipe  

1 bottle  Dark  Red Wine  2 cups organic blackberries, washed 4 black plums, washed and sliced 1/4 cup brandy 2 cups black grapes, washed 1 cup sparkling water if you desire.

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Peach Slushies


2 cups cold fruity white wine (I used Sauvignon Blanc)

2-3 medium peaches, blanched, peeled, frozen, and sliced (or half a bag of frozen peaches)sliced peaches for serving, optional


  1. In a blender, combine the wine and peaches. Puree until smooth.
  2. If the mixture is too warm and liquefied, place it in the freezer and stir every 30 minutes until a perfect slushy texture forms.
  3. You can make these in advance and defrost for 15 minutes at room temperature before serving. You can also double the recipe and use the entire bottle of wine to serve 4. The cups in the photo above hold about 1 cup of slushy.