Niagara Peninsula Wineries

Niagara Peninsula Wineries
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Niagara On The Lake, ON, Canada    
(905) 468-7738
Description:   Winemakers for 13 generations, this family estate is internationally recognized for Icewines. VQA wines and innovative varietals are made from the winery's 135-acre vineyard. Wines...
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Vineland, ON, Canada    
(905) 562-8853
Description:   Ridgepoint Wines is a small estate winery dedicated to the production of premium Ontario wines, especially red wines. Located at the summit of Ontario wine country….atop the Niag...
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Niagara On The Lake, ON, Canada    
(905) 262-0636
Description:   This family-owned and operated winery is located on the picturesque Niagara Parkway. Specializing in premium VQA wines and Icewine and featuring a fruit market and specialty gifts....
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St Catharines, ON, Canada    
(905) 641-1030
Description:   Visit the new wine museum "le musee du vin" offering tours "from the vineyards to the cellar", featuring antiques from 19-th century France. Situated on an 18-hole championship gol...
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Beamsville, ON, Canada    
(905) 562-6767
Description:   "Canada's Icewine Specialists" Internationally recognized as producing the finest VQA Icewines in the world. Canada's only winery to hold two world wine records, set at the prestig...
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