Wineries in Canada

Wineries in Canada
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Battleford, SK, Canada    
(306) 937-3209
Description:   This small fruit winery is owned and operated by a retired couple Diane and Walter Banach. They have been making wines for over 20 years but only commercially since 1996....
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Saanichton, BC, Canada    
(250) 652-0818
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London, ON, Canada    
(519) 473-2273
Description:   Bellamere Country Market is a family run farm market and has been in business since 1984. Our family (brothers Mike &Dan sister Maureen and youngest brother Dave) all grew up farmi...
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Vernon, BC, Canada    
(250) 558 0770 or 1-888-221-0222
Description:   Bella Vista vineyards had its beginnings very near the end of a very bad golf game in the year of our wine 1991. Bella Vista can best be described at this point in time as a hobby ...
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Springfield Kings Co, NB, Canada    
(506) 485-8846
Description:   This is the newest winery in the province which opened on Oct 3 2003. Under the trade name of Gillis of Belleisle Wineyard & Winery, the winery is managed by Carey Gillis and opera...
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Stratford, ON, Canada    
(519) 275-3603
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Penticton, BC, Canada    
(250) 770-1733
Beamsville, ON, Canada    
(905) 562-8463
Description:   Small in size but big in heart, Birchwood Estate prides itself on distinct personality, style and very Canadian flavour.

Conveniently located along the QEW, Birc...
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Woodstock, ON, Canada    
(519) 469-3040 
Description:   Our winery features Fruit Wines and Gift Baskets made from locally grown products, with tours, tastings and motorcoach programs. Our farm offers many other experiences such as pick...
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Halifax, NS, Canada    
(902) 490-2675
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