5 Scenic Twenty Valley Wineries

Two rows of grape vines line a grassy pathway

Want to visit some of Ontario’s most spectacularly situated wineries? Here’s five suggestions for wineries to explore that make the most of the fall scenery in the Niagara Region’s Twenty Valley.

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Creekside Estate Winery

From the cozy shop, the rustic wine packaging, and of course the award winning wines, you’ll feel right at home at Creekside. Plan a little extra time at this winery – The Creekside Kitchen and Grocery, overlooking the lush vineyard, is open seasonally.

Stoney Ridge Winery 

Not only can you sample their collection of delicious wines, but Stoney Ridge also boasts 20+ varieties of cheese throughout the year – perfect for those who love wine and cheese pairings. Stoney Ridge gardens are also worth a wander.

Tawse Winery

Tawse is a family-owned estate winery where traditional winemaking techniques come together with new technology. As a Discovery Pass holder, you’ll get to sample wines in the beautiful Tawse tasting room. If you happen to visit on a clear day take a moment to look east over the vineyard – you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of the Toronto skyline in the distance.

Megalomaniac Winery

Everything about this winery makes an impression, from the driveway that meanders up the escarpment with spectacular views along the way to the dramatic entrance to the winery. As part of the Discovery Pass you’ll get to sample some of Megalomaniac’s award winning wines, as well as some delicious snacks fresh from the grill.

The Good Earth Winery

Idyllic doesn’t begin to cover this picture perfect vineyard, complete with landscaped gardens, the open air restaurant the Good Earth Bistro, and quaint buildings to explore, like the Pantry Shed and cooking school. Use your Discovery Pass to enjoy a delicious outdoor tasting, paired with some of the “good food” Good Earth is known for.

Pitstop …Don’t miss Niagara Fruit stands!

Part of the fun of a fall drive is the surprises you’ll find along the way, including the fresh fruit stands throughout the region.
 

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