Glen-Ward represents producers from these fine regions:

Australia | California | New Zealand
Oregon | Portugal | Washington


Hartley-Ostini Hitching Post Winery
Buellton, California

Hitching Post Restaurant and wines were featured in the film Sideways, when two friends, Miles and Jack set out to spend a weekend in the Santa Maria Valley wine region. They stop at Hitching Post to enjoy the famous Hartley-Ostini Pinots, where they meet Maya, a waitress at the restaurant Hartley-Ostini Hitching Post wines are made by Buellton Hitching Post Steak House owner/chef Frank Ostini and his good friend and partner in the winery, former fisherman Gray Hartley.

Frank and Gray first made their wines at home in 1979 and have continued to produce great Pinot Noirs from fruit sourced in the famous quality vineyards in Santa Barbara County including; the famous Bien Nacido, Fiddlestix, Cargasachi, Rio Vista and Santa Rita vineyards. Limited quantities of Hitching Post wines are now available in Ontario from Glen-Ward Wines.
Adelaida Cellars
Paso Robles, California
Adelaida Cellars is located on a ranch in a walnut orchard where the wines begin with the roots pushing through the rocky limestone soils at an elevation of 1900 feet, just west of Paso Robles in the chalky hills of the San Luis Obispo coastal region. Wines produced are Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Sangiovese, Syrah and Zinfandel
Labyrinth Wines USA
Santa Maria, California.
Ariki Hill, owner and winemaker at Labyrinth has been passionate about Pinot Noir for over 20 years. He produced his first wine in New Zealand in 1982. His association with such luminaries, as Danny Schuster (of the fabled St. Helena Pinot Noir), Stephen White (Stonyridge) and Jim Clendenen (Au Bon Climat), inspired Rick to give birth to Labyrinth Wines in California and in the Yarra Valley, Australia.
Fiddlehead Cellars
Lompoc, California
Kathy Joseph established Fiddlehead Cellars to capture the pure essence of the two grape varietals that she loves the best--- Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. Now into her 17th vintage as “Head Fiddle”, Kathy continues to passionately pursue her goal of creating stylistic Sauvignon Blancs and silky intense Pinot Noirs. Producing about 5000 cases annually, at the Lompoc Wine Ghetto, Fiddlehead continues the quest to create exceptional fine wines.
Vina Robles
Paso Robles, California
Vina Robles is a family-owned winery, with a Swiss-European imprint and a vision for estate wines that express both the excellence and individuality of their noble Paso Robles terroir. Under the guidance of owner Hans Nef and winemaker Matthias Gubler, Vina Robles three estate vineyards – Huerhuero, Jardine and Pleasant Valley, consistently produce high quality distinctive red wines of world-class viticulture.

Here, the growing season is distinguished by a reciprocating climate of warm inland afternoons and cool marine-moderated evenings. Temperature swings of 50 degrees are not unusual during the summer months. Such conditions are optimal for Rhône and Bordeaux varietals, among others. In addition to Paso Robles' exceptional winegrowing conditions, we were drawn to the community and culture of the region. Paso Robles is a friendly place with a pioneering spirit and an optimistic energy, particularly within the local wine industry.

Learn more about the attractions of Paso Robles and San Luis Obispo County by visiting the following web sites:
Scott Cellars
Los Olivos, California
Santa Barbara’s newest winery, Scott Cellars, produces small lots of handcrafted Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, Syrah and a Zinfandel/Syrah blend, sold exclusively from the tasting room in Los Olivos, by Private Orders through Glen-Ward, and later this year the Pinot Noir in LCBO Vintages’. Blending the science of winemaking with his passion for the grape, winemaker Peter Scott celebrates his decade ol dream of producing world class wines.