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Winery in Niagara Peninsula Wine Country

Vineland Estates Winery

From Hwy 81, turn right at Cherry Ave up the hill and then turn left onto Moyer Rd for the stone buildings of Vineland Estates Winery, the elder statesperson of Niagara viticulture. Almost all the wines here are exc…
Winery in Niagara Peninsula Wine Country

Peninsula Ridge Estates Winery

This photogenic winery is unmissable on a hilltop. The lofty timber tasting room, restaurant and hilltop setting are magic. Tours 11:30am June to November.
Bakery in Niagara Peninsula Wine Country

Pie Plate

Simple, delicious lunches (it's easy to devour the pear and brie sandwich) at reasonable prices. It wouldn't be an Ontario bakery without butter tarts, but there are also thin-crust pizzas, meat pies, salads and a f…
Winery in Niagara Peninsula Wine Country

Kittling Ridge Winery

Off QEW exit 74 is Kittling Ridge Winery. It looks like a factory, but friendly staff and award-winning ice- and late-harvest wines will win you over. Free tours 2pm Tuesday to Saturday year-round, and 11am Sunday J…
Fusion in Niagara Peninsula Wine Country

Peninsula Ridge

Sit outside, upstairs or down in this high-Victorian 1885 manor at the winery of the same name, serving haute cuisine paired with local wines...of course.
Winery in Niagara Peninsula Wine Country

Flat Rock Cellars

Follow King Rd east, turn right onto Victoria Ave, then left onto 7th Ave for friendly Flat Rock Cellars. The hexagonal architecture and lake views here are almost as good as the wine!
Market in Niagara Peninsula Wine Country

Peach Country Farm Market

An open-fronted barn selling fresh fruit, jams, ice cream and fruit pies, all grown, picked and baked on-site by fourth-generation farmers – a roadside gem!
Winery in Niagara Peninsula Wine Country

Wayne Gretzky Estate

Northeast of the intersection of King St and Cherry Ave you’ll see Wayne Gretzky Estate, the wine business of Canada’s beloved hockey star.
Winery in Niagara Peninsula Wine Country

Creekside Estate Winery

Here you can tour the crush pad and underground cellars. Try the sauvignon blanc. Tastings are free if you are purchasing.