October 6 2021

Posted by Arbuckle Media Inc. on

Thanksgiving is here!

We just love this time of year, the colours of autumn starting to show, the warm sunny days & crisp evenings, and throwing on a sweater as frost flirts with the forecast - and we’re continuing the busy days of HARVEST TIME here at Petite Rivière Vineyards! 

Come celebrate the change in seasons with us at our Harvest & Thanksgiving Festival on Saturday October 9th! From 12-4 we’ll be offering Harvest Pumpkin Cider Soup along with a glass of cider for $10, and from 2-4 p.m.

Get your tickets here on Eventbrite for our next concert on October 16th, from 6-8 pm: you’ll enjoy GameChangers’ groovin blues. 

We are featuring our gorgeous Sid’s Perry Cider  - a traditional medium-dry, refreshing, light cider with hints of stone fruit and Meyer lemons, made 100% from Nova Scotia pears! 

Also don’t forget about our famously delicious Cranberry Wine- the Ultimate Pairing with any Thanksgiving dinner!!!

Find our Cranberry Wine Here

Pick up some packs for the long weekend!

The HARVEST PACK includes a bottle each of Cranberry Wine, Crescent Moon, Three Churches Red, Three Churches White, Mimi Rosé, and Perry Cider. This pack has everything you’ll need to accompany autumnal meals and socializing! Normally $115, we’re offering this for $99.99!

Celebrate the holidays with the GIVE THANKS PACK, which includes a bottle each of Cranberry Wine, Mighty Maroon White, Petite l’Orange, and Old Lucie! You’ll find something for every dish and every palate in this mix! Normally $83.99, it’s on special for $74.99!

 We are now in Phase 5 of the great reopening of Nova Scotia and we require proof of vaccination in order for you to enjoy the premises, inside and outside, and to purchase any tastings, glasses, and/or bottles. Thank you for your cooperation and we continue to look forward to serving you! For more information about Phase 5 requirements, please read the details here at the Government of Nova Scotia’s Proof of Vaccination page.


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