Ontario has become one of the world's most renowned and award-winning wine producing areas. The cooler climate lends a complexity to the local wines, and the changing seasons deliver diverse produce, such as delectable ice wines.
Along with great food goes great beer! Ontario’s micro-breweries are anything but ordinary, employing traditional brewing methods and producing unique and delicious, craft beers.
Plan your visit to coincide with a festival, several of which are held throughout the year. With four major Ontario wine regions to choose from, you're sure to be able to taste a wide variety of wines from several different vineyards.
Located along Canada's most southern point, visitors can discover an amazingly beautiful variety of birds and monarch butterflies as they relax in this picturesque area. Boasting a lovely Ontario wine festival, the Shores of Lake Erie International Wine Festival, travellers lounge by Lake Erie, enjoying a cool breeze while sipping full-bodied vintages.
Known for its quaint, small-town feel and classic bed and breakfast establishments, Niagara-On-The-Lake is a vacationer's dream. Celebrate the best vintages at one of their spectacular wine festivals.
Responsible for the formation of Niagara Falls, this area boasts a high concentration of Ontario wineries for your discovery. The limestone-rich soil provides a unique, mineralized taste to many of the wines in this area, and visitors can take in the beauty of the scenic ridge, carved out by glaciers hundreds of years ago.
If gourmet cuisine is up your alley, be sure to plan a day or two in Prince Edward County. With a strong tribute to local ingredients and tempting tastes, wine lovers and foodies alike will be drawn to this up-and-coming area. Don’t miss the Taste Trail, a tour route featuring wine and culinary highlights.
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