Ontario Wineries

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Niagara On The Lake, ON, Canada    
(905) 646-9617
Description:   Palatine Hills is a name brought to historic Niagara-on-the-Lake by Empire Loyalists in the 1780's. The estate lies in the Lakeshore sub region of the Niagara Peninsula where the N...
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Kingsville, ON, Canada    
(519) 733-6551 or 1-800-597-3533
Description:   Tour the mainland winery production facilities and sample wines made from grapes grown in Pelle Island vineyards. Enjoy special events and theme dinners throughout the year. The ce...
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Beamsville, ON, Canada    
(905) 563-0900
Description:   A world class wine and culinary destination crafting elegant Bordeaux-style reds and classic white wines. Spacious retail shop, comprehensive wine tours and underground barrel cell...
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Toronto, ON, Canada    
(416) 368-3344
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Niagara On The Lake, ON, Canada    
(905) 468-3147
Description:   This family-owned winery is one of Canada's largest estate producers of Icewine. A new production facility and underground barrel cellar are highlights of the tour program. A wide ...
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King City, ON, Canada    
(905) 833-5459 or (905) 833-6023
Description:   Pine Farms invites you to come and visit the orchard located in the lush rolling hills of King Township.

The orchard has been in operation for more than 50 years and offers ...
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Stoney Creek, ON, Canada    
(905) 643-1015
Description:   Puddicombe Farms, family fun in a farm setting. A working farm since 1797, Puddicombe Farms is so much more. The gift store featuring everything from gift baskets to baked goods. D...
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