Región vinícola de Niágara

La península de Niágara es la región vinícola más grande y concentrada de Canadá. Ubicado en la pintoresca campiña a lo largo del lago Ontario y el río Niágara, y protegido por las elevaciones y crestas de la escarpa del Niágara, los viñedos de la península del Niágara, Niagara Benchlands y Niagara-on-the-Lake florecen con un terroir perfecto para vinos de clima fresco. . Debido a que la producción de vino es tan integral a la cultura de esta región, también es el hogar de la única bodega educativa de Canadá, Niagara College Teaching Winery and Culinary Institute.

Disfrute de deliciosos vinos durante todo el año, de varietales como Chardonnay, Riesling y Pinot Noir. En temporada, también encontrará gloriosos Rosés, lotes populares de cosecha tardía y Icewine.

Guía rápida de la región vinícola de Niágara

Find a winery

With over 50 wineries spread across a viticulture area of 5,500 hectares, there’s a lot of ground to cover.

Visit stately wineries steeped in local history at multi-generation, family-run operations. Or check out progressive properties taking innovative new approaches. Get to know the passionate vintners behind the scenes at small batch boutique operations.

Tastings and tours

In Niagara, tours and tastings are anything but ordinary, from cheese and chocolate pairings, swirling and sipping seminars to cellar tours.

Leave the planning to the experts and book a personalized wine tour, either by luxury coach, limo, bicycle, on a Segway or for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, by helicopter.

Consult the Niagara portion of the Wine Route of Ontario for inspiration planning a self-guided tour.

Best time to visit Niagara wineries

Wine lovers will be happy to hear wine appreciation at Niagara’s Wineries is a four-season affair.

The warm summer months of June, July and August deliver long days outdoors, dining al-fresco and local farm stalls and markets brimming with fresh wine-pairing fruit like strawberries and peaches. Harvest season runs from September through November and is an equally attractive time to tour Niagara’s wineries, with the splendour of the fall colours as a dramatic backsplash.

Try Icewine

Arguably Niagara’s most famous product is its world-renowned Icewine, which is made from frozen grapes. Sample award-winning Icewine from a number of wineries in the region.


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Drink responsibly

In Ontario, you must be at least 19 years old to order, handle and consume alcohol. Ontario has a zero tolerance policy on impaired driving.

Extend your trip

Although Niagara’s wine country is suitable for a day trip, you may wish to plan for a longer visit to fully experience the breadth of wine related experiences, including wine pairing at one of the many farm to table restaurants or a wine inspired treatment at an upscale spa. Consider central accommodations to minimize your designated driver’s time behind the wheel, or better yet, choose to stay at a working winery.

Attend a local festival

Wine-inspired celebrations are held throughout the year from the summer Homegrown Wine Festival to the Grape and Wine Festival in fall and the Icewine Festival each January.

Última actualización: 8 de marzo de 2024