We are pleased to announce the release of the MacIntyre Heritage Reserve wines at Lake Breeze Winery. The MacIntyre family has owned Lake Breeze since 2001 and are proud to create this collaboration with winemaker Garron Elmes, who has made all of the Lake Breeze vintages since 1995.
It has been a busy start to the season at Lake Breeze. One that has been made that much better through the recognition of our 2014 and 2015 vintage wines. The perennial favourite Lake Breeze Pinot Blanc was awarded gold at the All Canadian Wine Championships, while the Pinot Gris received a gold medal and 92 point scoring at the Los Angeles International Wine Competition.
Lake Breeze was awarded "Best Pinot Gris" at the Northern Lands Wine Competition Awards held in Edmonton.
This inaugural event gathered wineries, chefs, and craft beer producers from across Canada. The three day festival featured 20 producer dinners hosted by restaurants across Edmonton, wine seminars, and culminated in the "Meet Your Makers Grand Tasting".
Lake Breeze's 2011 Tempest was recently recognized placing 2nd at the 8th annual Iconic Reds Wine Tasting in Vancouver, which makrs our best placing at this annual recognition of BC Bordeaux style blends.
The 2011 Tempest in 750 ml bottles have sold out, but you can still double up on this big expressive red with our magnumsized bottles available here.
The 34th annual Riverside International Wine Competition results have been released. Lake Breeze was awarded the Best of Class Chairman's Award (Unanimous Gold) for our 2013 Pinot Blanc for the second year in a row!
Our 2014 Sauvignon Blanc was also awarded a Chairman's Award (Unanimous Gold).
Silver medals were awarded for the 2014 Pinot Gris, 2013 Semillon and 2012 Seven Poplars Chardonnay.