Here a wine a tasted a few vintages back and it was amazing. Today many years later it is still making waves in Ontario. The vintage may have changed the the delightful taste so good.
Think of a luscious strawberry in rich melted chocolate. Now imagine this sinfully wonderful sensation within a finely crafted Rush Creek fruit wine made with Ontario grown strawberries & artificially flavoured chocolate. As your taste buds salivate, get ready to experience "Decadence", a lustfully satisfying strawberry chocolate wine. Serve chilled.
Decadence is not just a best-selling wine at Rush Creek Wines. It is a product innovation that has spun into wine jelly, body cream, body sugar scrub and body spritzer. The combination of chocolate and strawberries has created jobs, increased tourism dollars and given business to local honey, fruit and chocolate producers. Llocated just south of Aylmer, producing 21 varieties of fruit wine, growing 65 per cent of its fruit supply and sourcing the rest locally. Sales have risen 15 per cent since the owners developed and delivered the first bottle of Decadence, which is so much in demand that production has increased to 500 imperial gallons or about 2,200 litres.
Ontario's local farmers are growing innovative ideas that drive our local economies and strengthen our agri-food industry. These ideas were celebrated at a ceremony in Strathroy honouring regional winners of the Premier's Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence .
Among the proud recipients was Rush Creek Wines Ltd., Elgin County. Maria Van Bommel, MPP Lambton Kent Middlesex presented this award to Wendy and Kim Flintoft for Decadence
Rush Creek Estate is located close to the North shore of Lake Erie, in the Eastern Region of Elgin County. A dream come true for Kim and Wendy Flintoft and their family estblished in 1996.
Rush Creek has won 255 National and International awards including Best Canadian Fruit Wine of the year three times and Canadian Fruit Winemaker of the year in 2001.
Pearfection( a dry Pear wine) wine won the "Best Dry White Fruit Wine" category at the All Canadian Wine Championships in May 2007!
The readers and editors of Lake Erie Living Magazine have voted the Rush Creek Wines as a Winner for the
2012 Best of Lake Erie honour In the category of Best Specialty Wine.”