Box Full of Good Kharma



Flat Rock Cellars
2727 Seventh Avenue
Jordan L0R 1S0


May 25, 2020


We’ve curated A Box Full of Good Kharma with wine and treats for you. With each purchase we will donate an Emergency Food Box to go directly to someone in need.

Since the release of our Good Kharma Chardonnay 8 years ago, a portion of the proceeds have been donated to Feed Ontario, totalling over $40,000 and 120,000 meals going to Ontarians in need. In June alone, Ontario’s food banks expect demand to increase by 25% due to COVID-19 and are at risk of running low on food.

Flat Rock Cellars is trying to ensure that NOBODY goes to bed hungry during this crisis (or ever) and we need your help to spread a little Good Kharma! We’ve just released our 2019 Good Kharma Chardonnay and we want to build some momentum in supporting our food banks.

$100 for a box full of Good Kharma

$30 of every box purchased buys an Emergency Food Box for Feed Ontario.

Pick-up at the winery or have it delivered to your destination of choice.

Buy a #GoodKharma Box

2019 Good Kharma Chardonnay (2 bottles!) Fresh off the bottling line, this unoaked Chardonnay tastes of yellow apples and pears with a pop of citrus. Its supple texture makes it a great companion for light summer cooking. From Flat Rock Cellars. *Bottles only available in-store or in the #GoodKharma Box.

Pinot Noir Vinegar A utilitarian in the kitchen, use to amp up your salad dressings and marinades. From Niagara Vinegar in St. Catharines.

Local Honey The delicious nectar of Niagara bees.

From Charlie-Bee Honey in Beamsville.

Kettle Chips Spuds Finest made with only 3 Ontario ingredients.

From Barrie’s Asparagus in Cambridge.

Emergency Food Box We can provide enough food to help someone in need stay home and stay safe during the COVID-19 crisis for a full week. From Feed Ontario.

Buy a #GoodKharma Box

Thank you for your support and helping to provide meals to Ontarians in need. Ontario’s food bank network is currently preparing to serve 225,000 people per month, an increase of nearly 25 percent over January. As the impact of COVID-19 continues to develop, food banks will need ongoing support in order to meet the increasing demand for their services and address the long-term impact that COVID-19 may have on communities across the province.

For a $30 donation, you can help put an Emergency Food Box into the hands of someone in need.  To learn more and donate, visit:

When you get your bottles, take a photo, tag us  and we’ll share a little #GoodKharma