Craft Wine Products
Overlooking the tidal Petitcodiac River and Bay of Fundy, Pioneer Estate Winery is nestled in the rolling hills above Moncton, New Brunswick.
Unique cold climate grape varieties
Hand-picked for small-batch on-site production
Highest elevation vineyard in Eastern Canada
Overlooking the tidal Petitcodiac River and Bay of Fundy
Committed to fresh thinking and innovative ideas
Producing traditional favourites and innovative specialty products
Growing the region’s rich agricultural heritage for a stronger future
Premium Small-Batch Fortified Wine
Sweet, dark ruby cherry coloured
Notes of raspberry and spice
Pairs perfectly with rich cheese, dark chocolate, and great company
Sparkling Craft Wine & Hard Apple Cider
A refreshing new idea in local craft beverages
Delicately crafted with local dry red and white wines
Blended with naturally tart hard apple cider
100% natural flavours – No artificial colouring
330ml slim can – perfect for any occasion
- 8.0% ABV
CRISP Green is a delicately crafted blend of dry white wine and naturally sweet hard apple cider – Perfectly pairs with pork chops chicken salad with green apples, poached salmon salad.
CRISP Red is a delicately crafted blend of dry red wine and naturally tart hard apple cider. Infuse any occasion with this delightfully effervescent experience including roasted pork, shellfish like lobster and oysters and homemade apple crisp.
Honouring the Pioneers
Overlooking beautiful Moncton, New Brunswick, Pioneer Estate Winery is named in honour of the area’s first settlers. These Pioneers sought the most fertile soil in order to survive .
Our grapes grow on a south facing slope near those original homesteads. This unique location offers a combination of longer sun exposure and a prevailing breeze, which is part of what allows our grapes to produce our distinctive cold-climate wines.
Our wines are made from a combination of Frontenac Blanc, Frontenac Gris, Adalmiina and Osceola Muscat grapes – all chosen for their unique ability to survive and thrive in the harsh climate of our region.
The grapes are hand harvested and immediately crushed and pressed during the cool fall weather to preserve maximum fruit expression.
The wines are fermented slowly in oaked stainless steel at 16-18°C for 2 weeks and then aged for a year prior to bottling.