5 based on 218 reviews
4.5 based on 162 reviews
This trail allows for both calm reflection and a great work out with stairs, flat trails and places to stop and catch your breath. The Waterfalls is beautiful and a real treat after the walk in. There were birds gently singing through our walk. We did find many visitors with their dogs off their leashes which we didn't mind and the dogs were definitely enjoying their adventure in the woods.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
4.5 based on 124 reviews
I recommend that you go here as part of a wine-tasting pass, as you will enjoy more generous samples than if you just show up. The wines are generally good, and my preference is their reds. The most outstanding liquour is the Dolce Piccante Graspa...MoreHi! Thank you for your feedback. We are happy to hear that you enjoy the dolce piccante - it's one of our favourites too! Looking forward to your next visit. Your friends at Vieni.
5 based on 40 reviews
We sat outside on the patio at this tiny vineyard and enjoyed a plate of cheese and charcuterie as we tasted three of their wines. Our server willingly opened a bottle of the most expensive red, even though there was no guarantee we'd buy some. Before we knew it, we'd been there 40 very pleasant minutes.
5 based on 60 reviews
A favorite stop for true wine lovers! This unique winery has blended passion, culture, and tradition into every bottle of their custom label. The wines are as special as wonderful people who created them! My husband and I are longtime customers and have become friends as well. Quality, unparalleled taste and truly genuine interity is waiting for newcomers...you will become fast fans--guaranteed!
4.5 based on 81 reviews
Visit one of the Niagara regions pioneering boutique wineries. Discover our distinctive winery tasting room with a view of our signature gravity flow production. We invite you to taste our wines with our friendly and informative staff.
I am so glad that we went to this classy winery and will be recommending it to everyone that I know. I believe the fellow that helped us was Allen, and he was so helpful and great at suggesting what we may like. He was...MoreThank you so much for sharing your enjoyment with us! We aim for exactly this kind of experience with all of our visitors. I so happy to hear that you and your friends are looking forward to visiting us again. Hope to see you soon!
4 based on 67 reviews
Upper Canada cheese is a working creamery, crafting fine cheeses by hand from pure Guernsey Milk. Our milk comes from a single herd pastured nearby on the Comfort Farm.Watch our cheeses being made and browse our gourmet boutique filled with cheeses and specialty items.
This is a nice stop on your tour through the region. Pick up some cheese and meats to enjoy later at your home or hotel with some wine. Staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. You can sample many different types of cheese from the Niagara...MoreWe are very glad you enjoyed your visit and that our staff was able to help you with your choices. Thank you for the review!
4.5 based on 146 reviews
Situated in Jordan, Ontario, Creekside Estate Winery has become a haven for wine enthusiasts. A small premium producer, Creekside is known for being both quirky and irreverent, but also generating some of the best wines in Canada. Since 1998, Creekside specializes in grape varieties that are a rarity in Niagara such as Shiraz, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Grigio. Creekside also has cult followings for its unique, innovative blends and small batch wines including Broken Press Shiraz, Lost Barrel, Laura’s White and the Undercurrent wines – a series of small batch, experimental wines available only at the winery. The winery is winning top awards in national and international wine competitions. Key wins for the winery include being selected as the top 6th winery in Canada by Wine Access Magazine, winning ‘Winemaker of the Year’ at the prestigious 2008 Ontario Wine Awards, and the top award winner at the Cuvee Wine Awards in 2008 to 2011. Recently the winery expanded its retail facility, and launched The Deck at Creekside by J. Mark Hand. This spacious covered deck offers a scenic view, and weekend lunches throughout the summer. The winery also features one of Ontario’s first and largest underground barrel cellars. Our retail tasting bar is also equipped with some of the friendliest and knowledgeable folks in town, making a visit to the winery a comfortable, casual and fun experience.
I booked a private tour for Sept 16/17 (2pm) to celebrate our fathers 81 birthday (5 couples). Upon booking, I was told the The Deck WOULD be available for food and drinks after the tour.
The wine tasting portion of this visit was wonderful. We were escorted to the wine cellar where Cam described the selections with great knowledge. We then toured an area of the vineyards. As most tables were already in use, we asked if our guide could set up a table of 10 as we were interested in food and enjoying a bottle of wine. It was 3:15pm. A table was found but we were told that the kitchen was not longer serving food however they would make us up a couple of charcuterie boards. We sat at the table for several minutes without any service so my sister, cousin and I went to the bar for service. When we requested a bottle of wine, we were told the bar was closed and we would have to purchase wine from the retail store. We made our way into the retail store only to be told by a discourteous and unprofessional "manager" that The Deck was now closed for a "private event" and we would have to move to the retail section if we wanted wine and charcuterie boards. I suggested to the manager that common courtesy dictates being informed of changes in bookings to which she replied it wasn't her job to inform of such changes.
So on top of being put off by a petulant manager, I was also utterly embarrassed about having to move tables, the absence of food and the discomfort of the furniture we were asked to perch on. Thankfully my family was accepting and understanding of this debacle. To add insult to injury, the "retail" cost of the 2 bottles of wine, 9 slices of pepperoni sized salami, 12 bite size pieces of cheese and 24 rice crackers was a whopping $120.
Is it any wonder why I would never recommend this winery to anyone?
4.5 based on 161 reviews
Original in product, bold in flavours, and audacious in branding, Megalomaniac crafts wines of distinction—but with a touch of sass. Resting upon 120-acres on top of the Niagara Escarpment, Megalomaniac provides outstanding views making the winery a must-see attraction.
This is an impressive winery. The chandeliers, wood tables, floor to ceiling windows and expansive room give you the instant feeling of grandeur. The wine is excellent. I look forward to returning in the Spring to sit on the patio and enjoy the view while I drink a glass of Big Mouth. The only reason I have not given this winery a 5 is because of the strange smell that meets you as you walk in.
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