Best Wineries to Visit

In 2017



Vineland Estate Winery

Welcome to The Best Wineries to Visit in 2017. There are so many outstanding wineries in Canada, from the larger big company wineries to the small one man show. Our selections are listed in no particular order. We have visited many in British Columbia and the Niagara Peninsula, we review them based upon, visits, research the word of our friends and other wine lovers.

British Columbia

Culmina Estate Winery

4790 Wild Rose Street
Oliver, BC
V0H 1T0

This new Okanagan winery has it all when it comes to producing great wines and operating a winery. This is a Triggs family winery, headed by Donald Triggs of Jackson and Triggs fame. Donald was also former CEO of Vincor International Ltd.

During our visit I was so impressed it is impossible not to once again include them on the Best Wineries to Visit list.

The location provides a wonderful view of the Okanagan Valley. The facilities are state of the art.

Wine tastings by appointment only and well worth the effort.


Sunnybre Vineyards and Winery

3849 Sunnybrae Canoe Point Rd
Tappen, B.C. V0E2X0

It s a family winery and represents the hundred of small unique family wineries across Canada

Working away from home and family most of his life, Barry Turner spoke often of establishing a home based business that would provide employment for his family. It seems none of his three lovely daughters were interested in careers in road building! So in 2005 Barry and his wife Nancy their daughters, husbands and grandchildren began planting their seven and a half acre lakeside property in five varieties of cool climate grapes.

The craftsman style winery building built in 2010, showcases vintage artifacts and photos of Barry's family; farmers in the Sunnybrae area for five generations

The tasting room offers a stunning view of the lake and Mount Ida.  The wines are really good too!

Tinhorn Creek

537 Tinhorn Creek Road
Oliver, BC V0H 1T0

On a hillside overlooking vineyards, sagebrush, and the old gold mining creek that is its namesake, Tinhorn Creek Vineyards has been owned and operated by the Shaunessy and Oldfield families since 1993. You could easily say that Tinhorn Creek is the winery that put the Golden Mile on the world map of wine regions. One of a few wineries that are open year round.

Tinhorn Creek sources fruit exclusively from its own vineyards: 150 acres of prime land on two very distinct benches. The 100-acre Diamondback Vineyard on the Black Sage Bench is planted with a mix of red and white varieties, primarily Pinot Gris, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. The 50-acre Tinhorn Creek Vineyard on the Golden Mile Bench is also planted with a mix of red and white grapes, featuring Gewürztraminer.

Tinhorn is noted for its respect of the environment and been stewards of the land.

A five star restaurant is on site.



4917 Gartrell Rd.
Summerland, BC

Silkscarf is a family boutique winery born of a shared dream of creating premium wines and working closely with nature. The winery is located on 8.5 acres near Summerland with a panoramic view of the blue Okanagan Lake and the spectacular Giant's Head Mountain.

Roie Manoff, his wife Ruth, their son Idan and daughter in-law Tara decided to follow their passion and devote their time and efforts to producing excellent wines

Named after the scarf pilots used to wear in the early days of aviation when the cockpit was open. The scarf’s connection to the winery comes from Roie who once flew for the Israeli Air Force.

Brooke Van for FOOD wrote: "the Middle Eastern hospitality delivered by Roie’s son Eden, his partner (and wonder-chef Tara), mom Ruth must be experienced to be believed"

Kraze Legzs Winery

141 Fir Ave.
PO Box 108
Kaleden, BC V0H 1K0

Located in historic Kaleden, BC overlooking Skaha Lake. It is a beautiful winery! With very delightful and charming owners. Kraze Legz Winery is a throwback to simpler times when the decade was roaring the music was jazzed and dancing required kraze legz. It's a fun place to visit.

Toss in their award winning wines and you definitely have a winery to put on your Must Visit list once again.

Mission Hill Family Estate Winery

1730 Mission Hill Road
West Kelowna, BC
V4T 2E4

This is a winery that has it all. Amazing architecture, numerous events a world class restaurant and award winning wines.

A six-year transformation of Mission Hill Winery was completed under the watchful eye of a dedicated team of international architects, designers and craftsmen who share Anthony von Mandl vision to create a landmark that will stand the test of time and delight visitors from around the world. This was the winery visited by Prince William and Princess Kate in September 2016.

The experience of an evening performance under the open sky at the Mission Hill Amphitheatre is unforgettable.

The winery also features  culinary class programs

WineAlign National Wine Awards of Canada top winery in 2015.

Chaberton Estate Winery

1064 216 St.,
Langley, BC

The first and most popular winery in the Fraser Valley. A new parking lot was installed two years ago and it is still difficult to find a parking spot. The wines are the main attraction. but the bistro is worth a visit as well.

The Bacchus Bistro are truly a unique experience.. The Bistro offers exquisite dining with authentic French cuisine Zagat rated "Excellent". We frequently enjoy dining here

Their Bacchus is outstanding!

The large tasting room offers a selection of quality stemware, decanters and wine related items. Their beautiful gift baskets are popular and can be custom ordered to meet your business or special occasion needs. 

Painted Rock Estate Winery

400 Smythe Drive
Penticton, BC, V2A 8W6

An Okanagan gem; winner of the 2014/15 Intervine International Wine Awards. The winery features beautiful surroundings, astonishing architecture and stimulating wines of perfection.

The winery uses only grapes grown on its own estate. If you want to know how good a Canadian wine can taste try any Painted Rock offering. Chances are its won a major award or media acclaim.

The new facilities were unveiled in September, 2013. The tasting room sits on a picturesque bluff overlooking estate vineyards and Skaha Lake. The tasting room was a winner at the 2014 Architecture Design Awards The architecture of Painted Rock provides the perfect setting for a modern wedding theme.



Poplar Grove

425 Middle Bench Road North
Penticton, BC V2A 8S5

One of the first wineries you see as you enter the Naramata Bench is Poplar Grove with its new 10,000-square-foot tasting room. The winery which opened in July 2011 sits high on the flank of Munson Mountain.

It is a magnificent facility with a reputation for making fine wines. The Legacy, the winery’s iconic red wine is a must taste wine.

Sea Star Estate Farm and Vineyards

6621 Harbour Hill Drive
Pender Island, BC V0N 2M1

Can hard work and determination make you successful! Owner David Goudge and his winemaker Ian Baker have proven it can with their Pender Island winery.

2015 was a good year for the winery. The Northwest Wine Summit placed them in the Wineries of Distinction.

Numerous events and celebrations are held throughout the year. The vineyards are beautiful offering spectacular vistas of the sea, there is a picnic area on the patio.

The fact that they have sold out of every wine in their cellar highlights the quality of their wines.

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Summerhill Pyramid Winery

4870 Chute Lake Road
Kelowna, BC V1W 4M3

One of the most popular wineries in the Okanagan. If you believe in the value of organic this is your winery. Summerhill is committed to producing 100% organic wine, and has received Demeter Biodynamic certification for their Kelowna vineyard in 2012.

They have a most attractive visitor centre and Sunset Organic Bistro newly renovated for the 2015 season.

Top it all off with a visit to their Pyramid and of course their amazing cellar of wines


Merridale Cidery & Distillery

1230 Merridale Road
Cobble Hill, BC V0R 1L0

One of Vancouver Islands most popular places to visit. Fresh baked bread and pies. A bistro featuring a large summer patio. A calendar chalk full of events

They have been producing quality ciders since 1990

St. Laszlo Vineyards Estate Winery

Site 95 Comp 8
Keremeos, BC V0X 1N0

There is no winery quite like this one. They are true pioneers in the BC wine industry but keep a very low profile.

Located near Keremeos the winery has operated since 1978 under the direction of Winemaker Joe Ritlop Jr following in his fathers footsteps. The slopes of the Similkameen river is home to St Lazlo's vineyards.

Joe Sr was among the first to try making Ice Wine.

The following is a true customer comment: St. Lazlo's vineyards is a wonderful mix of old European charm with an awesome family that welcomes you with open arms and wonderful smiles. The selections in the wine tasting room are versitile and have the distinct taste of the valley it was grown in combined with selection of many different types of grapes. 

BackYard Vineyard Estate Winery

3033 232 Street Langley BC


I did not know if I should put this winery on the Wineries to Watch in 2017 or the the Best Wineries to Visit list.

Hospitality and fine wines highlight the winery. Open all year round. They serve cheese plates that are very good.

James Cambridge is a very skillful winemaker



Fielding Estate Winery

4020 Locust Lane
Beamsville, ON L0R 1B2

One of Ontario's most popular wineries. Hospitality is the key. Enjoy a relaxing day with wine and cheese plates.

The Wine Lodge itself pays tribute to Northern Ontario’s cottage country, crafted from cedar, stone and glass with a breathtaking view of Toronto across Lake Ontario.

In the first five years of operation, Fielding Estate Winery was named one of Canada's Top 10 Wineries and were awarded this accolade again in 2013.

Annually the Grape Grower's of Ontario select a Grape Grower of the Year (aka Grape King) and Curtis Fielding was selected to represent for the 2012/13 season. This accolade is awarded to grape growers who exemplify excellence and sustainability in Ontario's Grape Growing Industry.


1499 Line #3 at the Niagara Parkway
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

Canada’s Original Estate Winery with over 35 years of producing award winning wines. They played a key role in the development of Canada's Icewines.

Here you can learn about Icewine; compare different flavours of Icewine and discover the history of this historic winery

The estate features several restored and redesigned historic buildings, including the Brae Burn Barn, circa 1920. Once home to Inniskillin’s French oak ageing barrels, the newly refurbished Founder’s Hall provides an exclusive dining forum where guests will enjoy wine inspired cuisine with a view into the modern Demonstration Kitchen.

Numerous events are held through out the year.

photo by Fred Couch

Southbrooks Vineyards

581 Niagara Stone Road, RR4
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
L0S 1J0

Bill and Marilyn Redelmeier evolved the family business from a roadside stand in the 1980s to a thriving farm market. Then decided a winery would be a perfect addition to their successful market garden and farm. So they converted their 100 year old barn into a winery. Southbrook Vineyards is Canada's first biodynamic winery certified by Demeter

Brought on as a winemaking consultant in 2005, Ann Sperling introduced Bill and Marilyn to an excellent opportunity. A 74-acre parcel in the warm Four Mile Creek sub-appellation of Niagara-on-the-Lake is on the market, complete with 36 acres of ideally planted, well-selected varieties and top-notch clones. The couple realized its potential, and decided on the new location to build the winery of their dreams. They convinced Ann to sign on as full-time Director of Winemaking and Viticulture

Today the award winning Pavilion welcomes guests from around the world.

Honsberger Estate

4060 Jordan Road
Niagara Peninsula, ON

 A family owned and operated farm, winery, restaurant and wedding venue. Extremely beautiful grounds.

The vineyards are planted with-Cabernet Franc and Riesling. They also have peaches, pears, apples and nectarines lining the property. 
A barn built in the 1800s is one of the many features of the property

M. Honsberger built the estate in 1895 

Two Sisters

240 John Street East
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON

Two Sisters Vineyards is driven by strong family values, comfort and authenticity and a genuine desire to give people something unique `- chef Justin Lessso

An amazing location, an amazing facility and wines to match.

With a Two Sisters Winery glass and a Journey of Flavours passport, guests visit each of the 5 stations to sample delicious plates with the perfectly paired wine. 

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Trius Winery 

1249 Niagara Stone Road
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
L0S 1J0

Truis winery at Hillebrand is one of the prestigious wineries of Niagara on the Lake. The facilities are amazing from its tasting room to its restaurant

Trius Winery Restaurant provides all of the luxury and pampering associated with fine dining. The property does offer private function in unique spaces for special occasions including Rehearsal Dinners and Engagement Celebrations.

The winery has a history of producing outstanding wines.

Casa-Dea Estate

1186 Greer Rd.
Wellington, ON

Casa-Dea Estates Winery is one of the largest and most established wineries in Prince Edward County. It was founded by Domenic Di Pietrantonio 

La Pergola Restaurant & Patio is located at the winery and overlooks the main vineyard. 

"Why is the winery called Casa-Dea?". The answer is quite simple, romance. You see, 'Casa' translates to home in Italian and Dea means 'Goddess'. Dea also happens to be the name of Domenic's wife of 56 years. 

Casa del Silenzio, the estate guest home is located at the winery, just steps away from the vineyard, tasting bar and patio restaurant.

Spruce Wood Shores Estate Winery

7258 Cty Rd 50 West,
 Harrow ON

Sprucewood Shores Estate Winery represents the fulfillment of a dream that started over 43 years ago when Hannah and Gord Mitchell purchased a 52 acre farm situated on beautiful Lake Erie shores..  In late 2003, they finalized their long-held ambition to construct and operate their own winery.

In October of that year, construction of the barrel-ageing cellar commenced; by the fall of 2004 the framing and significant portion of the roof had been completed as well as a 6700 sq. foot concrete patio for major events.

The retail centre is a beautiful Tuscany style "old world" building with extensive balconies that overlook breathtaking views of both our vineyard and Lake Erie. 

A prime location for weddings

13th Street Winery

1776 Fourth Ave.,
St. Catharines, ON

 Doug Whitty is the third generation to be operating the family farm in St Catharines which was originally established in 1908. Doug along with his wife Karen John and June Mann share a common love of wine, food and art and a genuine heart for hospitality.

In 2009 renovations of the turn of the century farmhouse included the creation of the spectacular Gallery Room designed to showcase various art exhibits. With floor to ceiling windows on two sides, the remaining walls are used to display original art exhibitions by some of Canada’s most respected and exciting artists,

The grounds of the winery features a permanent exhibit of spectacular sculptures. In 2013 Toronto Artist Daniel Solomon completed a sculpture specifically designed for 13th Street Winery. The piece is designed to function as a beacon, visible from the street, to mark the entrance to the 13th Street Winery near St. Catherines, Ontario.

3th Street Bakery features seasonal fresh baked goods (made on-site) and an assortment of jams, jellies and preserves made with Niagara produce

Estate Winery

3620 Moyer Road,
Vineland, ON

Open all year, Vineland Estates Winery is not only the home of fine wine and cuisine, but an unmatched touring facility and wine country destination. Although one Ontario's larger wineries it is family affair, with brothers Allan and Brian Schmidt working alongside each other since 1991.

As President and Winemaker respectively, the Schmidt's are third generation in the Canadian wine industry. Since Allan joined Vineland Estates, it has become the first winery to open an on-site fine dining 4 Diamond Restaurant and Bed and Breakfast Cottage.

The  landmark stone tower stands proudly over a former Mennonite homestead with structures that date back to the 1840s. The wine shop is located in a 1877 barn nicely restored

Accommodations are available in the middle of the vineyards.

Malivoire Wine

4260 King Street East
Beamsville, ON L0R 1B0

Here is a winery open year round seven days a week. Its popularity is shared by many who believe their hospitality is among the best.

Their groundskeeper has covered both sides of their ravine driveway with native trees, shrubs and wildflowers. Its a most attractive winery.

Malivoire Wine is the magnum opus of Martin Malivoire. As a director of motion picture special effects

Malivoire has pioneered an innovative, eco-centric
approach to wine growing on the Beamsville Bench in the Niagara Peninsula

Aure Wines

3749 Walker Road
Beamsville, Ontario
L0R 1B2  

Located on Vinemount Ridge, above the Beamsville Bench, "Aure Wines" is an environmentally conscious winery and vineyard. Owned by the Hoare family who are originally from London, England. The winery opened in 2011

Silo Bistro is open for lunch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 3pm. We have a full commercial kitchen and can cater to parties, events and weddings on most days of the week with prior arrangement.

The main building is stunning with high ceilings and soaring glass. This new facility supports many sustainable design elements including a “green” roof, passive solar, and natural ventilation. The other outbuildings all sport bright red roofs making the winery quite visible as you approach from most directions.~ Uncorked Ontario

Peninsula Ridge Estate Winery

5600 King Street West
P.O. Box 550
Beamsville Ontario L0R 1B0

The property is stunning, with breathtaking views of the Niagara Escarpment, Lake Ontario including the Toronto Skyline and of course our pristine vineyards. The restaurant is set in our historic “Queen Anne Revival” Victorian mansion perched on the brow of the Beamsville Bench and features a great outdoor patio for dining during our long summer days and nights.

with spectacular views of Lake Ontario and the Toronto Skyline, Peninsula Ridge Estates Winery is devoted to producing incredible award winning wines that will truly inspire the senses

Peninsula Ridge Estate Winery is continuing its support of the Niagara Peninsula Hawkwatch.

Ravine Vineyard 

 1366 York Road,
St. Davids, ON L0S 1P

The unique 34-acre organic winery is located in the sub-appellation of the St. Davids Bench. It is the warmest location for growing grapes in Niagara, about 20% warmer on average. Writer Rick VanSickle calls it the place "where magic happens"

The winery is owned by the Harber family. Also known as the Upper Lowrey Farm, the family has milled, farmed and canned fruit at Ravine for 5 generations.

There is a restaurant and Grocery store on 34 Acre property. The Canning House is a showcase of what Niagara has to offer by way of gastronomy and craft.



Chinook Honey Company

Chinook Arch Meadery
Okotoks , Alberta, T0L 1K0

Over looking the beautiful foothills close to Calgary you find Alberta's first honey winery owned by Art and Cherie Andrew. The name “Chinook Arch Meadery” was chosen to reflect the unique weather phenomena that occurs in the lee of the Rocky Mountains where our honey is harvested and where the mead is created.    

 Chinook Honey Company started as a beekeeping hobby in 1995   The original 2 hives soon expanded to 6, then 12 and now have blossomed to approximately 280. Art's passion for his bees was contagious, and it didn't take long before his wife Cherie started joined in.   In 2004 they opened their store The Honey House.

Their country store is full of honey products,mead and gift items. Their ice cream and dairy-free sorbetto is made locally with our honey. There are a variety of flavours including Saskatoon berry, black currant, Belgian chocolate and honey ripple . All make a great treat to enjoy in the picnic area on a warm summer day!

Nova Scotia


Luckett Vineyards

1293 Grand Pre Road
Wolfville, Nova Scotia


Pete Luckett is a name synonymous with fine fare in Nova Scotia.  His culinary explorations began as a stall owner in Nottingham, England, and led him around the world before he chose to settle in the Maritimes. 

The Crush Pad Bistro is open for "Light Fare" May to October daily. Numerous wine events are held through out the year.

Mike Mainguy, Executive Winemaker

Prince Edward Island

Newman Estate Winery

2404 Gladstone Road
Murray Harbour
Prince Edward Island

Nestled outside the luxurious water views of Nicole's Cove and Fox River in the charming rural community of Gladstone

The winery was built with help from the community and endless hours of volunteer labour.

Winner of the 2011 Eastern PEI Chamber of Commerce Business of the year, Newman Estate Winery is a next generation winery located in beautiful Prince Edward Island. Build on passion, heart and hard work, the winery is owned by Mike Newman


New Brunswick

Gillis of Belleisle

1826 Route 124, Springfield, New Brunswick, Canada, E5T 2K2
GPS – N 45 40.175 W 65 50.108

Located at the head of Belleisle Bay, the winery in nestled in one of the most beautiful river valleys in all of New Brunswick. The winery is surrounded by an unparallelled example of the rolling hills, small towns and endless vistas of trees which make southern New Brunswick so unique.

The winery sits on the grounds of a nineteenth-century farm. This farm was originally a dairy operation, so Gillis of Belleisle is continuing a long-standing tradition of working with the land.




Vignoble Chapelle Ste Agnès Vineyard

Located in the Sutton mountains of southern Quebec, the Chapelle Ste Agnès vineyard was established in 1997 by Henrietta Antony.

The grounds of the Chapelle Ste Agnès Vineyard are available for corporate events, groups, weddings, cocktails, parties, wine tastings and a host of other events imaginable. The estate comprises the terraced vineyard, medieval wine cellars, Romanesque chapel, several stone terraces and reception hall, which together provide an incomparable backdrop for any special outing or event.

The vineyard is built on a steep hillside, with massive stone walls supporting 18 terraces. Thousands of tons of stones and gravelly soil were used to create the vineyard. The rows of vines follow the gentle curve of the hillside, creating a veritable amphitheatre.

Sweet dessert wines of international calibre. This is without question Quebec's most spectacular winery to visit and the wines live up to its visual appeal.
The Wine Atlas of Canada, 2006

Vignoble de l'Orpailleur

1086 Rue Bruce
Dunham, Quebec

 l’Orpailleur planted its first vines in 1982 in the beautiful Dunham Valley, one of the most welcoming and wonderful regions in Quebec. Today, the production borders 165,000 bottles.

In 1986 they added a restaurant and terrace.
2012 — Construction of a new building which became the new cellar. This building now provides for an ultra-modern hall with a 180-degree view on the vines on the second floor, and welcomes corporate groups, private receptions and weddings

A vineyard is built by each person’s hard work. L’Orpailleur is what it is today thanks to a team that has supported me in pursuing my wildest dreams. Every team member is moved by a passion that sets the standards higher in terms of product quality and clientele service. Without them, L’Orpailleur wouldn’t have the same flavor.”

Two of their wines were awarded the Double Gold medal at the 15th edition of the Finger Lakes International Wine Competition. 

Domaine des Cotes d’Ardoise

879, rue Bruce, (Road 202)
Dunham (QC) J0E 1M0

The oldest operating vineyard in Quebec. It has a long list of notable awards and achievements. The beautiful grounds provides a host for an exhibition of sculptures gathered from more than 80 artists.

Numerous events are offered through out the year including Sunday Brunch

Domaine Cartier-Potelle

277, Rang de la Montagne
Rougemont, QC, J0L 1M0

Located on the south side of MT. Rougemont, part of the Monteregian Hills in southern Quebec. The mountain is mostly covered with sugar aple-dominated forest. Apple orchards and vineyards are cultivated on many of the lower slopes, and much of the fruit is used to make cider.

The Domaine has over 15,000 apple trees. The cidery stunning views of Mont St-Grégoire and the surrounding Montérégie valley


For the Family


Archibald Orchard and Winery

6275 Liberty St. N
Bowmanville, Ontario

Archibalds has been described to me by a number of Ontario resident's as a fun place to visit.

The Archibald family has been growing apples since 1967  Here you can pick your own apples, buy a pie apple cider or apple wine. Their wines include Kiwi and Maple.

In June 1997, Fred & Sandy opened the doors to Archibald Orchards & Estate Winery. Fred Archibald is the grower & the wine maker, after 10 years of wine making “for the fun of it”, his hobby became an important aspect of the family business.

Krause Berry Farm And Winery

6179 248th Street
Langley BC

The family fun berry farm that added a fruit winery. A super fun filled visit for the whole family. From the Future Farmers at Work Play" playground , to the petting zoo to fresh strawberry pie on the porch.

Taste the wines stay for dinner enjoy numerous events.

Their is a huge market to explore and of course tractor rides

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Vignoble de la Bauge

155, avenue des Érables
Brigham (Québec) 

Robert Naud and his wife Monique began their journey back in 1975 purchasing property starting a dairy farm and raising Boars. Then, in 1986, after 26 years operating a dairy farm, Alcide and Ghislaine decided to launch into a new adventure: planting a vineyard and making wine. 

Simon took over the vineyard in 1998 from his father. Self-taught and dedicated to research, he worked with wine specialists Alain Brault and Jean-Paul Martin to produce the vineyard’s first vintage of red wine, called “Les Patriarches,” in 1998. It quickly became one of the top wines in Quebec, winning a gold cup at the 1999 Coup des Nations wine competition in Quebec City.

It is a popular location for weddings

Tugwell Creek Honey Farm and Meadery

8750 West Coast Rd.
Sooke, BC V0S1N0

Bees are important ! A good place to learn about Bee's and Enjoy their products is Tugwell Creek Honey Farm in Sooke on Vancouver Island. The combination of Bob Liptrot's 43 years of beekeeping experience and over 25 years of mead making experience bring a unique and educational culinary experience to their meadery.. Their award winning Meads (honey wines) reflect harmony and balance by blending varietal honeys and berries from our local region.


Prairie Bee Meadery

Caron SK

Yes Bees are important! Located in beautiful Saskatchewan county side 19km west of Moose Jaw SK and 10km south of Caron SK. The meadery is owned by two couples Dennis and Vickie Derksen,Crystal and Gerard Milburn.

They make small batches of mead, many of which include locally grown fruits such as cherry, melon, strawberry, raspberry and haskap. It all began with Grandpa’s Garden is a Upick with an extensive market garden. Some of the local favourites include peas, beans, potatoes, corn, zucchini, tomatoes, kale, peppers and pumpkin. You can buy a number of luxury loose teas, essential oils and organically grown herbs in addition to our amazing fruit honey.


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Honourable Mention

Vignoble Domaine Bresee - 303 Draper Hill Sutton, Quebec ~ a most beautiful property with lodging

Covert Farms -300 Covert Pl, Oliver, BC family friendly lots of space for children to enjoy. They host all kinds of special events for children throughout the season and have farm tours and numerous ways to get your child into the dirt.

8Th Generation - 6807 BC-97 Summerland. They built a train out of wine barrels.

Mann Farms - 790 McKenzie Road Abbotsford, BC -play area , petty farm, produce, gifts and jams

Verger Belliveau Orchard- 1209 Principale ST Memramcook, NB loks like fun

Yes we may have missed some great wineries, if you wish to tell us about them we would love to hear from you!

Best Wineries to Visit 2018

Best Wines of 2017

The wineries to watch in 2015~ 2016 ~ 2017

Best Wines of 2014 ~ Best Wines of 2015

Best Wineries to Visit 2016

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