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Ontario's Wine Regions

Discover hectares of scenic vineyards, stellar winemaking traditions, state of the art facilities and culinary treats in Ontario's wine producing regions. Tour wineries, meet passionate winemakers, and taste award-winning vintages.

NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, NIAGARA ESCARPMENT AND TWENTY VALLEY 
Nestled in the postcard picturesque countryside and protected by the ridges on the Niagara Escarpment are the wineries of the Niagara Peninsula, the Twenty Valley and Niagara-on-the-Lake. Enjoy mouth-watering wines all year round, with popular late harvest batches produced in the fall and Ice-wine available in the winter.

PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY
Just west of Kingston, Prince Edward County is one of Ontario's newest winery destinations. Grab a map and savour your way along the Taste Trail.  

LAKE ERIE NORTH SHORE AND PELEE ISLAND
The oldest commercial grape-growing area in Canada and Ontario's most southerly point, the Lake Erie North Shore and Pelee Island region shares the same latitude as northern California and Bordeaux, France.

EMERGING REGIONS
The landscape of wine making in Ontario is changing with new vineyards emergin​g across southern Ontario, look for unique new flavours from Georgian Bay to the Ottawa Valley. Look for delicious, innovative flavours such as blueberry and cranberry wines.

WINE FESTIVALS
Celebrate the harvest with Niagara's grape and wine industry at the Niagara Wine Festival held over the last two weekends of September each year or for three weekends in January as the Niagara Region is transformed into a wintry wonderland during the Niagara Icewine Festival

A glass of wine being poured

WINE COUNTRY ONTARIO

Visit Wine Country Ontario for a list of wineries, information on the wine regions, route maps and itinerary suggestions.

Group enjoying Icewine tasting at Inniskillin Winery.

EXTREME CANADIAN ICEWINE EXPERIENCE

Explore Ontario’s wine country and learn the secrets of icewine making with Inniskillin Winery, enjoy an icewine tour followed by a private, comparative tasting.