Celebrate National Drink Wine Day With These Local Grapes

If National Drink Wine Day wasn't enough of an excuse, how about supporting local businesses too? You're welcome!

If National Drink Wine Day wasn’t reason enough to crack open a bottle of vino tonight, why not support local businesses with these fantastic homegrown grapes? Tour your way though Grey Bruce and Simcoe counties with these sommelier-approved selections.


Holland Marsh Wineries


Established in 2008, Holland Marsh Wineries is a 22 acre, family-owned estate. With some of the best soil in Canada, it’s no wonder the area produces fine wine too.


Coffin Ridge Boutique Winery


Overlooking Georgian Bay sits Grey County’s first winery, Coffin Ridge. Coffin Ridge produces high quality, small batch wine made primarily from grapes grown from hand planted, hand picked Grey County grapes.


Hoity Toity Cellars


Hoity Toity offers not just wines but ciders too,  made from local apples, pears and grapes. With a focus on eco-friendly practises, they’re raising the bar for Ontario blends.


Georgian Hills Vineyards


Located in Beaver Valley, Georgian Hills Vineyard is focused on sustainability, and creating a name for the region in the world of fine wines.


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