Niagara Peninsula Wineries

Niagara Peninsula Wineries
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Jordan Station, ON, Canada    
(905) 562-6279
Description:   A family-owned uniquely situated on the waterfront in Jordan Harbour and surrounded by Carolinian forest. Enjoy walking trails. Scenic views and great events during the summer. Fal...
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St Catharines, ON, Canada    
(905) 682-0080
Description:   Conveniently located in the heart of St.Catharines, this winery boutique offers visitors the opportunity to sample award-wining VQA and fruit wines. Under the same roof is one of t...
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St Catharines, ON, Canada    
(905) 935-3535
Description:   Located beside Short Hills Provincial Park. The winery offers tastings and vineyards tours featuring its historic buildings and tasting cellar. Canadian art collection on view. Win...
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St Catharines, ON, Canada    
(905) 684-3300
Description:   This family-owned winery features a restored 1867 Victorian barn and Niagara's only covered bridge. On site are a seasonal licensed patio, two banquet halls and a store featuring a...
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Niagara On The Lake, ON, Canada    
(905) 468-7123 or 1-800-582-8412
Description:   Discover a complete wine country experience close to the heart of historic Niagara-on-the-Lake. Tours and tasting events offered daily. Enjoy premium wine tasting in the Awards Roo...
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