Why make wine?

  • The Value

You can craft winery-quality wine for a fraction of what you would spend on similar store-bought wine.

It’s fun!

  • Socialize

With other winemakers while you bottle your wine at one of our on-premise locations* or craft your wine at home with a group of friends.  You’ll meet new  people, share your passion and quickly realize why this has been a popular pastime for decades.

  • The Convenience

Have a cellar full of wine for every occasion and food pairing right at your finger tips.  No more last minute trips to the store!

How it’s done: 5 easy steps to making your wine

  1. Visit your Winexpert™ retailer (that's us - Homecraft Brew & Wine!)

  2. We’ll help you choose the wine kit that’s right for you.

  3. Start your wine* by sprinkling the yeast into the juice to start the fermentation. We will handle the rest of the winemaking process.

  4. Come back and bottle your wine when it is ready – about 4 to 6 weeks later.
    You’ll get 23 litres of wine (about 30 x 750ml bottles).  Corks, caps, labels & bottle washing included
    (bottles are not included)

  5. Enjoy a glass of wine from your own wine rack, not the wine store.

If you are looking for a more hands-on experience you can also make your own wine at home.  You don’t need a lot of space and our kits include easy to follow instructions. Our retailers can help you select the equipment you need and help get your started.

Experience craft winemaking for yourself and see why nearly 20 million bottles of Winexpert™ wine is crafted each year.

Wine Storage Tips

Here are some wine storage tips to ensure top quality wine:


Store your wine upright for the first 3 to 5 days.
After that, store your wine on its side in order to keep the cork moist.
Store your wine in a cool, dark place.
Your wine should be stored where the temperature is CONSISTENT… Bright light, movement, and temperature fluctuations can negatively affect the quality of your wine.


Do Not:
Do not constantly turn your wine. Red wines will sometimes dust (leave residue on the inside of the bottle). This is normal. Simply decant your wine.
Do not store your wine directly on a cement floor. Put a thick piece of wood under your wine storage boxes.
Do not store your wine on heated floors.