Canada's grape growing regions stretch literally from sea to shining sea, from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific, from the island of Newfoundland to Vancouver Island. Ontario is Canada's leading grape producer, accounting for 80% of all Canadian production.
Apples have made a similar march across the Canadian provinces. In the early 1600s, settlers began propagating apples as they established self-sufficiency in their new world. The crop moved westward through New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, and eventually into British Columbia by the 1800s.
Saskatoon berries, native to the prairies and a staple of the native people and early settlers, are now grown in commercial orchards. Riverbend Plantation has created a refreshing, non-alcoholic, carbonated Granny Smith and McIntosh apple cider blend that is rose in color from saskatoon berries. This product is all-natural juices containing no added sugar or preservatives. Presented in a champagne bottle and labeled with a scene from the orchard.
Canada's Riverbend Plantation as combined Granny Smith and McIntosh apples with Cranberries to create a refreshing, non-alcoholic, carbonated beverage. This product is all-natural juices containing no added sugar or preservatives. Presented in a champagne bottle and labeled with a scene from the orchard.
The Cider Keg’s Sparkling Strawberry-Rhubarb Cider is a bottled version of one of the most popular fruit pies. This all-Canadian juice contains no added sugar or water, and is fine filtered, pasteurized, carbonated and bottled under pressure to seal in the perfect flavour and bouquet. Open a bottle of The Cider Keg’s non-alcoholic sparkling cider today to enjoy with family and friends!
What happens when you mix sweet summer Raspberries with fall cider? You create one of the most popular fruit blends on the market today. The Cider Keg in Ontario, Canada, has produced this world-class sparkling cider without adding extra sugar or water. It's 100% Canadian!
Sparkling Apple-Peach Cider, The Cider Keg
With two awards to its credit, this Canadian blend of apple cider and Peach has already developed quite a reputation. When you start with premium fruit, add some sparkle, and avoid water and added sugar, you have just entered the world of gourmet! Try a bottle or two and see why others are raving over this premium juice from The Cider Keg.
AWARD: 2003 Good Food Festival "People's Pick Beverage"
AWARD: 2007 Good Food Festival "People's Pick Sweet Condiment"
The name says it all. The Cider Keg in Ontario has created a 100% Canadian cider. It's believed that the maple leaf, featured on the face of the bottle, became a Canadian symbol as early as the 1700's. It has appeared on all Canadian coins. The single red maple leaf appeared on Canada's official National Flag in 1965.
Sparkling Apple Cider, The Cider Keg
Crisp, juicy and bursting with flavour – what else could it be but an Ontario apple! The Cider Keg staff and industry sources agree that the province's apples rank among the best in the world. Three Great Lakes produce moderate temperatures so that warm, sunny days and cool nights provide ideal growing conditions. When you combine a little sparkle with Ontario cider, there is no mistaking that you have created a world-class product!
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If you are looking for an all-Canadian product, Ontario has you covered. The Cider Keg, producer of a wide variety of non-alcoholic ciders and ciders blended with other fruits, has created its own tradition. It's sparkling Christmas cider is a great holiday hostess gift, perfect for Christmas dinner, or just the right nightcap after the kids are in bed and Santa is enroute. And maybe, just maybe, he'd enjoy some cider to go with those cookies!
Though we associate Cranberries with the Holidays, you will not want to limit enjoying this cider all year long. Produced by The Cider Keg in Canada, this blend will make you thankful every time it touches your lips. Like its companion products, you will find no water or added sugar to spoil the taste.
AWARD: 1997 Canadian Fine Food Show "Best Beverage"
Parenteau's Gourmet Foods is an Aboriginal Canadian company. Founded in 1991, the company diversified into the beverage industry in 1999. Today it produces four "Champagne-style" sparkling juices including this sparkling Chokecherry cider. Because chokecherry juice is so unique, we submitted the product to a panel of judges for their taste evaluation. The decision was unanimous: it would be a great addition to the SweetwaterCellars menu of products!
Plastic Mushroom Cork with Wire Cage
Parenteau's Gourmet Foods, an Aboriginal Canadian company, expanded its product line in 1999 with the launch of its Raspberry "Champagne" cider. Today the company also markets Peach, Blueberry, Strawberry, Saskatoon Berry, and Chokecherry "champagnes" that are all non-alcoholic.
Plastic Mushroom Cork with Wire Cage
Have you heard about the blonde who mixed Sauvignon Blanc and Niagara grape juice with carbonated apple cider and ended up with Bubbly Blonde? True story! It was the folks at Canada's Cider Keg. Now you can enjoy this wonderful blend -- no joke!
What happens when you mix ripe Canadian apples with Concord and Niagara grapes? The result will make you blush with pride! That's exactly what happened when The Cider Keg in Canada launched its Blush Twist. We are proud to be part of their success and share this great cider with you.
We have enjoyed Riverbend Plantation's ciders for many seasons. Now we are delighted to add their Chokecherry Jelly to our menu. If you want something unique on your breakfast table, this jelly will do the trick!
Saskatoon Berry jam from Parenteau's Gourmet Foods is a perennial favorite and the perfect match to their cider. This Canadian aboriginal company is all about gourmet. Breakfast or an afternoon snack does not need to be boring with those common jams and jellies!