Let's get real for a second: if you had the chance to peek inside the homes of Canada's most fashionable set, would you?

Of course you would, especially at this time of year. All the festive décor, the fun table settings, the inspirational seasonal style choices — it's when couples and their families have the most design fun.

So we have to give it up for the folks at Le Clos Jordanne (one of the top wine labels in the country). They wrangled a few of Canada's most famous faces together at Hotel Le Germain, Maple Leaf Square, and gave us an exclusive look at what haute holiday décor looks like.

There are the Beckerman sisters who opt for eclectic ornaments, and Ben and Jessica Mulroney whose design tastes are a bit more subdued. And of course there are the traditionalists — found in Le Clos Jordanne Winemakers Sébastien and Bérangèr Jacquey — and those who love minimalist chic (brought to you by CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon and wife Suzanne). Each scene has even been paired with a matched-to-the-aesthetics bottle of wine.

Wondering what the festive life looks like at the top? Click through the below slideshow to find out.

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  • The Beckerman Sisters, Samantha And Caillianne Beckerman

    <strong>Style:</strong> Vibrant Lush <strong>The Décor:</strong> This spread features bold, colourful and playful elements. Mixed patterns, luscious florals and whimsical accessories set the tone for this entertaining style. <strong>Pair With:</strong> Le Clos Jordanne Claystone Terrace Pinot Noir. The powerful bouquet of this wine reveals complex hearty notes of blackberries and blackcurrants as well as aromas of gaminess, chocolate and earthiness. Despite robust characteristics, this dark garnet coloured wine is overall balanced.

  • Ben And Jessica Mulroney

    <strong>Style:</strong> Vibrant Lush <strong>The Décor:</strong> A fresh spin on the typical holiday table, this look incorporates rich, vibrant jewel tones with hits of gold. This style is festive and refined. <strong>Pair With:</strong> Le Clos Jordanne Village Reserve Chardonnay. The bouquet is pleasant and aromatic with vibrant notes of honey, lemon, peach and apple. It shows elegant flavours of stone fruits, butter, honey and dried lemon peel.

  • Le Clos Jordanne Winemaker Sébastien Jacquey And Wife Bérangèr

    <strong>Style:</strong> Traditional <strong>The Décor:</strong> This table is classic and sophisticated, incorporating traditional holiday pieces. Classic Riedel glassware is the perfect complement to this style — which is one that stands the test of time. <strong>Pair With:</strong> Le Clos Jordanne Vineyard Chardonnay. Crisp and lively, this wine has aromas of pear, apricot, melon and lemon with hints of spice. A complex palette, it retains its elegance through a subtle layer of flavours.

  • CFL Commissioner Mark Cohon And Wife Suzanne

    <strong>Style:</strong> Minimalist Chic <strong>The Décor:</strong> Offsetting the vivid berry notes of a dark wine, this minimalist chic palette combines shades of winter white for a contemporary feel. Polished silver flatware finishes the look and adds a hint of shine. <strong>Pair With:</strong> Le Clos Jordanne Village Reserve Pinot Noir. Shows purple undertones, revealing its youthful character. The bouquet is intense and complex with notes of ripe dark fruits such as blackberry, cherry and cassis with hints of mint and black pepper.

Photography: Ryan Enn Hughes
Location: Hotel Le Germain, Maple Leaf Square
Make-Up Artist: Lucky Bromhead
Set Stylist: Carolyn Souch, Judy Inc.