Wineries in Canada

Wineries in Canada
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Nine Mile River, NS, Canada    
(902) 883-8433
Description:   Telder Berry Wines is an extension of Telder Berry Farms. Both businesses are owned and operated by the Telder family. Telder Berry Farms started in 1975 as a Vegetable U-Pick. A f...
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Langley, BC, Canada    
(604) 857-1101
Description:   Located just minutes from the charming and historic town of Fort Langley, BC, this winery was founded by Wade and Erinn Bauck. The Baucks, their business partners, winemaker and st...
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Hillier, ON, Canada    
(613) 399-1048 or 1-866-792-7712
Description:   Picturesque winery located I an original loyalist barn (circa 1830) painstakingly restored. Fifty acres of rolling vineyards and extensive original farm lanes. Light fare served. T...
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Millbrook, ON, Canada    
(705) 932-3935
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Vancouver, BC, Canada    
(604) 540-8807
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Victoria, BC, Canada    
(250) 595-7774
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Coombs, BC, Canada    
(250) 954-3664
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Victoria, BC, Canada    
(250) 472-2288
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Jordan Station, ON, Canada    
(905) 562-9463
Description:   The Partners (Douglas, Funk, Jacobson and Willms families) have been active in the wine industry for several decades. At a social event in 1997, the Partners decided to build on th...
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Beamsville, ON, Canada    
(905) 563-1698
Description:   A small estate...three winemakers and special vineyard and vinification techniques make this winery unique. Specialties include premium VQA wines, Cabernets, Merlots, Chardonnays, ...
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