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South Georgian Bay Wineries

Posted by Admin on March 11, 2019
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Southern Georgian Bay is fortunate to have many exciting and interesting activities and amenities to enjoy. Take a tour through wine country and enjoy a scenic tour through The Blue Mountains, The Beaver Valley and coast of Georgian Bay.

Georgian Hills Vineyards
496350 Grey Road 2
Blue Mountains, ON N0H 1J0
www.georgianhillsvineyards.ca
519-599-2255

Located in the heart of Beaver Valley and Blue Mountain, this vineyard not only offers exceptional qualtiy wine but magnificant views over the Niagara Escarpment and Georgian Bay.  With over 15 years experience of mastering the mico-climate of the vineyard, Geogian Hills offers cold climate hearty white vines such as Seyval Blanc, Vidal Blanc, L’Acadie Blanc and Giesenheim and reds such as Baco Noir, Marechal Foch and Marquette.

Open all year round, 7 days a week from 11-5, you have plenty of opportunity to stop in for a tasting, enjoy a guided, snowshoe tour through the vineyard or one of many summer activities.

Coffin Ridge Boutique Winery
599448 Concession Rd 2 N, Annan, ON N0H 1B
519-371-9565
www.coffinridge.ca

Coffin Ridge Winery has the honourable distinction of  being Grey County’s first Winery, with planting beginning in 2001.  Located at the end of the Niagara Escarpment, overlooking Georgian Bay and the islands off Colpoys Bay, Coffin Ridge specializes in Artisanal wines that do well in cold climate and clay soil.  Here you will find the Geisenheim, Maréchel Foch, L’Acadie Blanc, Baco Noir and Marquette varieties.  Many activities are offered including snowshoeing, concerts and author reading series.

The Roost Wine Company
415763 10 Line, Clarksburg, ON N0H 1J0
519-599-6269
www.roostwinery.ca

The Roost Wine Company is Grey County’s newest winery with grapes planted in 2014. Located within a 20 min drive to Collingwood, this vineyard sits hilltop, close to Ravenna and also offers gorgeous views of the escarpment and Georgian Bay.

Although you can still order on-line or purchase through the LCBO, the tasting room closes for the winter so be sure to stop by in the summer when the growing season is in full swing.

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