Wineries in Canada

Wineries in Canada
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Oliver, BC, Canada    
(250) 498-2211
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Vineland, ON, Canada    
(905) 562-1949
Description:   Featherstone Estate Winery is located on 23 acres of rolling hills on the prestigious upper Beamsville Bench along the Niagara Escarpment in Ontario, Canada. Rich clay soils and hi...
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Memramcook, NB, Canada    
(506) 750-2325
Description:   Located in Pré-d'en-Haut, just outside Moncton, New Brunswick, Belliveau Orchards and Bourgeois Farms invite you to discover the region it has called home since 1932. We invite yo...
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Wellington, ON, Canada    
(613) 399-1176
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Summerland, BC, Canada    
(250) 767-9526 or 1-877-377-8788
Description:   One of BC's original wineries launched in 1972. The winery first opened as Chateau Jonn de Trepanier. The Chateau was believed to be the first winery to use 100% BC Grapes. In 1979...
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Jordan Station, ON, Canada    
(905) 562-8994
Description:   Perched atop the Jordan Bench, this winery utilizes state-of-the-art gravity flow production to make wine from 98 acre estate. With its unique architectural design and picturesque ...
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Grand Falls-Windsor, NF, Canada    
(709) 489-7701
Description:   A family owned winery located in Shoal Harbour, Newfoundland. Operating since 1997 under the guidence of Leroy Flynn....
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Mission, BC, Canada    
(604) 820-9463
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Niagara On The Lake, ON, Canada    
(905) 468-1079
Description:   Ontario’s only certified organic winery takes pride in growing premium grapes using only environmentally sound practices.

Jens Gemmrich and Heike Koch believe in wo...
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