Who We Are…

We are one of the Greater Toronto Areas’ oldest non-profit wine clubs offering members unrivaled tastings. We keep our own cellar which not only gives us a unique selection of properly aged wines to support our tastings but also lets us offer tastings at a very reasonable cost to members, as we do not have to bear the full burden of current market prices. 

Our events also provide a chance for you to network with other wine enthusiasts and collectors – some of our events begin with a reception, and there is always a discussion of the wines.  In addition, we also hold a couple of wine dinners each year.  The club provides an opportunity to learn more about wine from various wine professionals who lead our tastings.  It is generally recognized that wine tasting clubs are a great way to learn at a reasonable cost.

Next Event:  Bordeaux 1995 – Wednesday March 22nd   * SOLD OUT *

* Sorry, we are SOLD OUT.  To be added to the wait-list, drop a note to services@winetasters.ca , and include the number of seats you are looking for and whether you are a member or not.
Our next event is Ch De Beauregard Pouilly-Fuissė ,  April 26 – see below *

Your Winetasters board is excited to announce the club’s first Ultra Premium event. Through these events, we want to reward members for their ongoing support of the club. Ultra Premium events will feature highly sought-after wines and the member price will be at a rate that is significantly below the fair market value and replacement cost of the wines. We plan to hold these events annually.

For the kickoff event, we will be pouring the last of the 1995 Bordeaux red wines from the cellar.  We’ll let the list of wines speak for itself:

Chateau Chasse-Spleen 1995 Moulis
Chateau Kirwan 1995 Margaux
Chateau La Fleur-Pétrus 1995 Pomerol
Chateau Lagrange (St Julien) 1995 St Julien
Château Cos d’Estournel 1995 St Estephe
Chateau Léoville-Las-Cases 1995 St Julien
Château Cheval Blanc 1995 St Emilion
Château Haut Brion 1995 Pessac-Leognan

* Ultra Premium EventThis new class of events is just that – exceptional wines of high quality and rarity that command high prices.  These events are to reward our regular members who, accordingly, will get priority to “front of the line” early sign-up and a break on pricing.  Subject to space nearer the date, others may be able to sign up at the full market price.  The first one is in March 2023, Bordeaux 1995 featuring wines such as Haut-Brion, Cheval-Blanc, Leoville-Las-Cases, and more.
Future events include Dunn, Vega Sicilia, Domaine Dujac.

SOLD OUT (see above for wait-list) but you can go here for more information on the event


  2023 Preview

Here’s a sneak peek at our upcoming events on Wednesdays. These events will have a maximum attendance of 66. Most of these events take place at St. Paul’s Church 227 Bloor St E. M4W 1C8. This is between Church St. and Mt. Pleasant Rd. on the south side. Registration starts at 6:30 PM and with an event starting at 6:45 PM.

April  26  –  Ch Beauregard  – Pouilly-Fuissė 2006 & 2007

Macon wines are generally considered to be more affordable than other Burgundy wines, making them a popular choice for wine enthusiasts who are looking for high-quality wines without breaking the bank.  Our April tasting will focus on one of the top producers in Macon, Maison Joseph Burrier – Château de Beauregard, with six wines from the 2006 vintage and one 2007.  Carefully aged in our cellar, they are fully mature and ready for you to explore and enjoy.  A reception wine will also be served and canapes will accompany the tastings. Maximum attendance is 66.   

More information about the event will follow shortly, but here is a list of the wines to be poured:
Pouilly-Fuissė, Vignes Blanches – Ch de Beauregard, 2006
Pouilly-Fuissė, les Châtaignieres – Ch de Beauregard, 2006
Pouilly-Fuissė, Les Insarts – Ch de Beauregard, 2006
Pouilly-Fuissė, La Maréchaude – Ch de Beauregard, 2006
Pouilly-Fuissė, Vers Cras – Ch de Beauregard, 2006
Pouilly-Fuissė, Vers Pouilly – Ch de Beauregard, 2006
Pouilly-Fuissé, La Maréchaude – Château de Beauregard, 2007

We are reviewing the program for the balance of the year in light of the recent success in or new home – look for an update shortly.



Our Extensive Cellar

Fortunately, our Winetasters know that the wine only gets better with age and our cellar is resting nicely, waiting to re-emerge for us.  In the meantime, our buying committee has put a tremendous amount of work into planning 10 years’ worth of tastings!  They have studied our 3000+ cellar thoroughly and made an enticing 10-year plan for most of our wines.

You can see more of our 10-year plan.  It was developed a little while ago and we are in the process of fine-tuning it.

Membership & Events

We do hope that you consider joining or maintaining your membership with us.  This helps cover costs associated with storing the wine and operating expenses.  Membership also entitles you to a coupon to bring a guest to an event at member price – a great way to introduce someone to the club.

Click here to join or renew  –  or Click here for information about subscriptions and coupons and to renew your membership.

We plan to host all of our events on our usual dates, which are the last Wednesday of every month, so please block your calendars now.

Our current plans are for “live events” so long as COVID remains under control.  We will of course be taking precautions such as the spacing of seats and tables.   Our room at NYMH has a very high ceiling and is quite spacious.  While NYMH is our home base we will be experimenting with downtown locations for some events.

As things get back to normal post-COVID, we hope you will continue your membership with us.  We all look forward to being able to meet again and share our love of wine as we always have.   We also welcome any input on our program etc.

Stay safe and stay sane!

Your WineTasters Board