Stay current with each month's special activities, parties, and more.
Every year our Harvest Party includes delicious food, a couple glasses of wine, and of course a unique chance to be part of the winemaking process.
We're expecting to harvest at the end of September or early October - last year it was at Thanksgiving.
If you're interested in joining us, please fill out this form!
We are into our 5th year at Toronto Farmers’ Markets. This year Mary is attending The Stop’s Wychwood Barns, the St. Lawrence Market, Leslieville and Sorauren markets. We are really committed to these opportunities to meet some of our regular customers in their own neighbourhood and we love the opportunity to meet the farmers,Show More... know they are growing and raising our food with integrity and contributing to our food security, a beautiful effort by earnest folks. Our place at markets as an Ontario Winegrower also helps to remind folks that grown-in-Ontario wine is available and delicious!...Show Less
|Leslieville||Sun 15th||Sun 13th|
|Sorauren||Mon 23rd||Mon 21st|
|Wychwood||Sat 14th||Sat 12th||Sat 9th|
|St Lawrence||Sat 21st||Sat 19th||Sat 16th|
We are now selling coffee in our winery tasting room in support of the Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory.
We have available local tasty food that customers can obtain at modest cost and eat on our attractive new patio or in our tasting room, depending on the weather. Artisanal cured meats from La Cultura Salumi (Belleville), award winning cheddar cheese and cheese curds from Empire Cheese Co-op (Campbellford), buffalo and goat cheeses from Fifth Town Artisan Cheese, PEC, fresh buffalo mozzarella from Macioca Farms (Montreal) and baguettes from the Pastry House in Picton are available. A glass of one of our wines that matches what you choose is also a good idea!
Prince Edward County has become a major tourist attraction due to its pastoral beauty, the Sandbanks Provincial Park on Lake Ontario, and a profusion of arts and crafts, excellent restaurants and wineries. It is only 2-3 hours’ drive from major cities such as Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa. Many small hotels and quaint B&B houses offer warm and welcoming lodging. For more information, visit http://www.pec.on.ca/