In the Niagara Region, there over 100 Wineries and Vineyards. You probably know all the big names of Niagara wine country like Peller, Inniskillin and Jackson-Triggs and while these institutions are really impressive and always serve up a nice drop, there are so many lesser known wineries to explore in the Niagara region. Each year we see new entries to the Niagara wine scene. The classic cool-climate varieties such as Riesling, Chardonnay, Gamay Noir, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Franc flourish here, but the region also now boasts over 40 other thriving varietals across 13,600 acres. The Niagara Peninsula continues to shape a rapidly expanding premium wine industry in Canada as the home to approximately 55% of Ontario's VQA wineries. So why not take a weekend to venture off the beaten path and visit some of these great small wineries… your next favorite bottle may be waiting just around the corner!
We believe that most of the experience here is in the adventure of creating your own personal “Wine Trail”. Not all tastes are the same, varying from what we like to drink, to what we want to learn, to what we want to see and oh yeah, it helps if the whole darn thing is fun. See only what you wish.
This wine tour utilizes an upscale private vehicle exclusive to your group. It will take about 5 hours and will make for an eventful and unforgettable day. Your driver guide will memorialize your day with tons of photos.
Wine tastings are extra. They range between $5.00 and $7.00 for 3 samples at most properties, they are usually big enough for 2 people, (1 oz each). The venues wave the fee if you buy wine. Wheelz will comp 2-3 places for you.
Wineries start serving at 11:00 AM.
Lunch, should you wish it, is extra.
We will create the perfect wine tour itinerary for you.
I have now used Wheelz as my wine tour service a few times and it just seems to get better and better. From setting up the tour ( very timely responses and very accommodating) to the actual day and driver ( Daryl is great ). Thank you Wheelz - best service in the Niagara area as far as I and my friends are concernedJohn, Oakville See More