Malivoire Wine Offers 2400 Ontario Frontline Health Care Workers Complimentary Bottle of “Honours VQA White 2021”

October 2022 - Media Release - Beamsville, ON:

Malivoire Wine is offering complimentary bottles of Honours White VQA wine to 2400 Ontario frontline health care workers. In order to receive their complimentary bottle, workers of legal drinking age simply register on Malivoire’s website Registrants will receive an email with instructions for picking up their bottle in-person at the winery’s retail store in Beamsville. The entire production of Honors White VQA will be given away to Ontario Health Care workers and offered as long as stock remains available.

Honours White was conceived by Malivoire assistant winemaker Dan Stouck and general manager Stephen Gash as a way to say thank you to Ontario’s frontline health care workers. Stouck, who’s partner is a nurse a Joseph Brandt Hospital in nearby Burlington, would often give first-hand accounts to winery staff of the immense challenges faced by those working in health care throughout the pandemic.

Producing a wine to honour the sacrifices of those in health care is a small gesture that the winery hopes will bring some joy to those who have given so much on our behalf. Stephen Gash remarked: “Honours was the word we thought best expressed our goal in crafting this local VQA white wine specifically for Ontario’s frontline health care workers. Making a special wine is one way we could express our gratitude.”   

Located in Beamsville, in the heart of Niagara’s wine country, Malivoire Wine was founded in 1996 by Martin Malivoire and named Canada’s Winery of the Year in 2021 at the National Wine Awards. Today the winery produces 300,000 bottles of certified sustainable, VQA wine  and welcomes scores of local, national and international visitors each year. Malivoire wines are available in Ontario at the LCBO, via the winery direct and online at and in the provinces of Alberta, Manitoba, Quebec, Nova Scotia and PEI.