Wineries in Canada

Wineries in Canada
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Gagetown, NB, Canada    
(506) 488-2147
Description:   Nestled into the bank of a bend in the Saint John River, Gagetown Cider Company is a branch of Stirling Farms, NB, owned by Blair and Brenda Stirling. Blair is a 3 rd generation fr...
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Wolfville, NS, Canada    
(902) 542-1455
Description:   Located in the beautiful Gaspereau Valley seven miles from Wolfville. Once an apple orchard the vineyard was planted in 1996 on the ideal south facing slope followed by a successfu...
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Oliver, BC, Canada    
(250) 498-3537
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Oliver, BC, Canada    
(250) 495-3319
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Surrey, BC, Canada    
(604) 588-9463
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Cobble Hill, BC, Canada    
(250) 743-2330
Description:   May 20th 2000 marked the official opening of John Kelly and Ruth Luxton's Winery. Glenterra Vineyard is located on Cobble Hill Road. They started out in almost perfect fashion winn...
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Langley, BC, Canada    
(604) 539-WINE (9463) or 1-866-233-WINE (9463)
Description:   Located in the picturesque countryside of Langley, BC, Glenugie Winery is a family owned estate winery. The owners, Gary and Christina Tayler and their family, established t...
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Duncan, BC, Canada    
(250) 748-4889
Description:   Located in the Cowichan Valley near Duncan. The owner is Dave Godfrey. "The valley is clearly a cool climate area, with all the advantages (and dangers) that designation implies. W...
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Oliver, BC, Canada    
(250) 498-8330
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Tottenham, ON, Canada    
(905) 936-2701
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