Nope. It's not available in Ont.
I'm not surprised that it is a good. One can easily distill wine, using a simple water jacketted coil and a pressure cooker..
Graham types are best:http://cgi.ebay.com/Graham-condenser...QQcmdZViewItem
how to use it:http://orgchem.colorado.edu/equipmen...ware/cond.html
Clamp to hold it vertical (this might fit):http://cgi.ebay.com/Laboratory-Photo...QQcmdZViewItem
Now connect the pressure release of the cooker to one end of a flexible copper pipe. The othe end of the pipe is terminated by a rubber stopper, that fits into the top of the condenser. The trick is connecting it to the cooker. Hint: use compression fittings/rubber washers.
They say you have to throw out the first ounce or so, as it can contain some nasties. And don't run it too long -- they say that the "tailings" can give you a headache.....
The notion that such "moonshine" can cause blindness comes from two sources -- car radiators and stuff that contains lead are used for condensers, and the volumes made are so great that you can get a whole bottle of methyl alcohol right off the top. methyl is produced from the fermentation of grape pectin. I've also heard that enzymes are used to maximize juice yeild that break down these pectins. So if you are using commercial pails of grape juice, they've probably gone through the enzyme adding process.
I've also heard somewhere that your liver will convert methyl to ethyl in the presence of ethyl alcohol.
One may think that as the quantities produced in a single batch are so low, the ethyl would overwhelm the methyl, and it would not matter.
If in doubt, I've heard, that one can use a drop of distilled water. If it turns white when dropped into solution, it's gonna give you a headache, but I've never seen any white... not that I've ever done it of course.
If you are concerned of any hangover producing products from the "tailings" one can always charcoal filter via Brita filter.
Not that this is actually legal everywhere. You may want to check into it's legality where you live.