Canadian Wine

Canadian Wine

Canadian Wine

Canadian Wine Regions

Canadian wine is predominantly grown in Southern Ontario and Southern British Columbia, with an interesting number of smaller producers appearing in the Quebec and Nova Scotia regions. 

Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, the Niagara Peninsula of Ontario, and in Essex County, Ontario (including Pelee Island and Prince Edward County) make up the three largest wine-producing regions in Canada, with the Similkameen valley, the Fraser Valley region near Vancouver, southern Vancouver Island, the Creston Valley, in the Kootenay area and the Gulf Islands making up the rest of the canadian wine growing regions.

Icewine is the most recognised product on a global basis, and this can be produced reliably in most Canadian wine regions, especially the Okanagan Valley and Pelee Island.

Cool climate Chardonnay and Pinot noir are also of significant interest and are always worth trying.


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Norman Hardie Chardonnay

£31.38 Ex Tax: £26.15

Norman Hardie Pinot Noir

£31.38 Ex Tax: £26.15

Stratus Cabernet Franc

£24.60 Ex Tax: £20.50

Stratus Charles Baker Riesling

£21.18 Ex Tax: £17.65

Stratus White

£28.02 Ex Tax: £23.35

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