Posted June 18, 2018

Celebrate Ontario Wine Week at these 25+ winery-cideries

Did you know that more than 25 independent Ontario wineries also make cider?

From June 18-24, 2018, celebrate Ontario Wine Week by experiencing these complementary orchard beverages together.

“Ontario has a well-aged wine history” says Richard Linley, President of the industry’s trade association, Wine Council of Ontario (WCO). “Our craft wineries share a fruitful agricultural past and familial connection to the land. They are also the purveyors of 100 per cent local, VQA award-winning craft wines that generate jobs, tourism, revenue and a reputation for quality in the province of Ontario.”

These Ontario wineries also produce cider:

Applewood Farm Winery – Stouffville
Archibald Orchards & Winery – Bowmanville
Bergeron Estate Winery / Cole Point Cider – Adolphustown
Bonnieheath Estate Lavender & Winery / Folkin’ Hard Cider – Waterford
Boreal Berry Farm & Winery – Warren
Coffin Ridge Boutique Winery / Forbidden Cider – Annan
Creekside Estate Winery / Rood Apple Cider – Jordan Station
Heritate Estate Winery & Cidery – Barrie
Hinterland Wine Co. – Hillier
Hounds of Erie Winery – Clear Creek
Kawartha Country Wines – Buckhorn
Mastronardi Winery – Kingsville
Niagara College Teaching Winery – Niagara-on-the-Lake
Ocala Orchards Farm Winery – Port Perry
Old Third Winery, The – Hillier
Ravine Vineyard Estate Winery – St Davids
Scheuermann Vineyard & Winery – Westport
Scotch Block Winery – Milton
Sunnybrook Farm Estate Winery / Ironwood Hard Cider – Niagara-on-the-Lake
Tawse Winery – Vineland
Vieni Estates Wine and Spirits – Beamsville
Villa Nova Estate Winery / Saucy Cider – Simcoe
Wagner Orchards & Estate Winery – Maidstone
Wooden Bear L Winery / Bear Claw Hard Cider – Simcoe


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