Niagara Peninsula Wineries

Niagara Peninsula Wineries
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Niagara On The Lake, ON, Canada    
(905) 468-8814
Description:   Indulge in our country charm! Producing handcrafted VQA wines and Icewines, the winery also houses a tasting bar, wine boutique and special events loft. Family owned and operated, ...
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Jordan Station, ON, Canada    
(905) 562-3581
Description:   Specializing in VQA Riesling, Chardonnay, Gamay and Cabernet/Merlot blends from Beamsville Bench vineyards, which are among Niagara's oldest. Cave Spring also offers superb accommo...
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Beamsville, ON, Canada    
(905) 563-6758 or (905) 563-9930
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St Davids, ON, Canada    
(905) 682-8310
Description:   This small winery is dedicated to producing wines of quality and distinctiveness. Visitors can sample a wide range of premium wines in a relaxed, rural setting. Taste the differenc...
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Jordan Station, ON, Canada    
(877) 262-9463
Description:   Enjoy the friendly quiet atmosphere of our estate nestled along 16-mile Creek, outside the village of Jordan. Taste premium VQA wines, tour our prestigious underground cellars and ...
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Beamsville, ON, Canada    
(905) 563-3959
Description:   Premium wines and unique dessert wines at affordable prices are offered at this winery, situated in one of the most scenic and natural areas of the Niagara Peninsula. Free tours, t...
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