Sample the Harvest
As Ontario’s most active wine region with more than 90 sprawling wineries, wine country in Niagara is has a little something for everyone. Feel like you’re on a European countryside when you stop in at Château des Charmes, be among friends on the 100-year old farm turned winery, Ravine Vineyard, rediscover a passion for wine and art at 13th Street Winery, or experience a love affair with great wine and food at Two Sisters Vineyards – this is just a sample of what you’ll encounter as you journey through Niagara wine country.
Perfect a Skill
Make your day winery, brewery and distillery hopping perfect with the expertise of a guided tour. Whether you go with award-winning Niagara Vintage Wine Tours who offer year-round wine and culinary adventures, scenery, landmarks and wine with Magnificent Tours or bike rentals with the option of a guide or self-led tour with Niagara Wine Tours or Grape & Wine Tours you’ll find your perfect experience.
Discover Niagara's Craft Beer Scene
Wander beyond the beaten path and explore Niagara’s newest trail, The Ale Trail. Increasingly known for the growing craft beer scene, you’ll want to be sure to #ExploreNiagara at more than one of the local breweries. From the classic revamped red barn brewery, Oast House, known for its signature American Pale Ale, to the award-winning Niagara Brewing Company situated in the heart of Clifton Hill and tons more along the way!
Niagara Homegrown Whisky Awaits
While Niagara is known for the vines, it’s worth paying a visit to the region’s newest alcohol allure – distilleries! An essential for the thirsty traveller, be sure to visit Wayne Gretzky Estates. Canadian through and through, Gretzky’s no. 99 Red Cask Whisky is finished in red wine casks from his winery, a real game changer! Take home a piece of history when you visit Niagara Falls Craft Distilleries, and grab a bottle of their Barrelling Annie’s Rye Whisky – named after the first person to survive riding over Horseshoe Falls in a barrel!