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We're thrilled to uncork some exciting news. We've partnered with newly opened Shake Shack Canada to create a unique line of co-branded canned wines, available exclusively at Shake Shack Canada's first location at Younge & Dundas square, downtown Toronto.
Why we choose to make wine the way we do at Rosewood is simply to eliminate egotistical variables in the winery that would detract from the expression of each season’s story. While the wine matrix is incredibly complex, the set of conditions to prepare, consider and react to in the vineyard are monumentally larger.
Join us as we host our second annual Pysanka workshop series! Four workshops will be hosted at the beginning of April with all tickets sales (every dollar of the ticket) being donated to Canada-Ukraine Foundation. Each ticket is $100.
After a couple year hiatus, we are pleased to bring back the Love the Bench program! Over the next three weekends in February, join us and our neighbours on the Bench..
Cheese and honey is a timeless and classic pairing as old as time. We're here to help elevate these two for you over the holiday. Every year we love preparing this baked brie for both the team and at home as it makes a beautiful sharing plate for when hosting family and friends. Estate Chef Wesley and Sam have prepared an easy to follow recipe below. We hope you enjoy. Happy Holidays from all of us at Rosewood.
"Come early, stay late, dance, dance, dance."

2021 Discoteka playlist by Liam Goslett. 

In the wine cellar at winter, we practice patience. Not in the sense of letting time pass and witnessing what happens, but more of an introspective behaviour of being open to possibility. I find it equal parts exciting and terrifying to revisit maturing wines that you’ve had to ignore during the care of the new harvest. 

Our world has changed. Tougher sanctions imposed, YouTube live war streams, farmers now stealing tanks just to name a few. 

This situation is rapidly changing, and we must adapt as well.

Rosewood will be accepting donations until this Sunday, March 6th until 5pm (for now).

At this time, we kindly ask to focus donations on critical items: medical supplies, tents, blankets, sleeping bags/pads, military style boots. Full list above in the photo slide.

Rosewood’s story begins nearly 90 years ago when R.W. Roman’s passion for beekeeping and mead began as a teenager in West Ukraine. After arriving in Canada, he continued keeping bees with his son, Eugene Roman – Rosewood’s founder. 

Mead is the world’s oldest known form of alcoholic beverage. Commonly known as honeywine, it is made using three raw natural ingredients: honey, water, and yeast. Mead can be highly aromatic and complex and, much like grape-wine, is vintage and varietal specific. 

Honeycomb is one of the world’s oldest natural delicious and nutritious treats, straight from the hive, unprocessed or touched by human hands. Its unique taste is a direct reflection of the local floral sources available to the honeybees.
We’re excited to announce that we are now shipping Canada wide from our website. At this time we are offering complimentary shipping within Ontario with all 4+ bottle purchases.