Wineries in Canada

Wineries in Canada
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Wellington, ON, Canada    
(613) 399-1839
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Mcgregor, ON, Canada    
(519) 726-9609
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Summerland, BC, Canada    
(250) 494-8815
Description:   The vineyard and winery were founded by Liz and Edgar Scherzinger who came to Summerland in 1974. Edgar planted some of the first Gewürztraminer in 1978 with Chardonnay and Pinot ...
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Milton, ON, Canada    
(905) 878-5807
Description:   Scotch Block is one of Halton's best kept secrets. Those who visit our 10th Sideroad Winery will be treated to a sampling of wonderful wines, ranging from dry fruit and grape wines...
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Comox, BC, Canada    
(250) 339-0223
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Toronto, ON, Canada    
(416) 767-7600
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Oliver, BC, Canada    
(250) 498-0310
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Richmond Hill, ON, Canada    
(905) 832-2548
Description:   In 1991 Bill Redelmeier made real his long time dream of opening his own boutique winery. A few years later, Southbrook opened its doors to the public, showcasing its first 4000 ca...
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North York, ON, Canada    
(416) 504-3830
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Okanagan Falls, BC, Canada    
(250) 497-6162 or 1-877-746-5569
Description:   Welcome to Stag's Hollow Winery, one of the “hidden wineries” and undiscovered gems in the South Okanagan Valley. Nestled in the hills, it is surrounded by vineyards, mountains...
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