Case of Compassion

Stock up on wine for the holidays through this special fundraiser! In partnership with Bishop's Cellar, we're selling four wines (in cases of 12 bottles) imported specially for this campaign, with 25% of sales directly supporting Feed Nova Scotia. 

When you buy a $220 case, you're donating $55 - enough for us to distribute food for 80 meals. Buy a $330 case, and you're donating $82.50 - enough for 120 meals. Plus, you'll receive a tax receipt for the donation portion of your purchase. Consider a gift for friends, clients, and employees. And of course, don't forget your own wine cabinet!

$220/case (white) - Pinot Grigio by Zonin from Italy
The wine is straw yellow in colour and displays delicate aromas of lemon-lime, peach, almonds, and honeysuckle. The palate is crisp and refreshing, with an elegant, mouth-watering balance of fruit and acidity. Pairs well with shellfish, vegetarian dishes, appetizers, and snacks.

$220/case (red) - Malbec by Santa Julia from Argentina
An inky, medium-bodied, dry red wine with strong impressions on the nose and palate. This wine tends to have mellower tannins that its French counterpart, and can age for several years before drinking. Pairs well with any savory red meat dish, particularly those that include spice.

$330/case (white) - Sauvignon Blanc by Wild Rock from New Zealand
Pale lemon straw with green hue. Aromatic notes or lemon, green apple, and fresh basil. The wine is bursting with vibrant fresh fruit characters with a soft palate finish, providing immediate enjoyment. Pairs well with fresh seafood.

$330/case (red) - Merlot by Zenato from Italy
Ruby red in colour with notes of red fruits like blackberry and black cherry. The palate has the strong mineral flavour and freshness of Corvina and is rounded off by the sweetness of the tannins of merlot. Pairs well with Mediterranean dishes, roast and grilled meat, and salami.

Order & Pick-up Details

Order below or call 902-457-1900. Then pick up your wine at Feed Nova Scotia, 67 Wright Avenue in Dartmouth weekdays from 8am - 4:30pm, starting November 2. Questions? Call 902-457-1900 or email