Ontario may be one of the world’s youngest winemaking regions, but it’s
becoming one of the most environmentally responsible. Here, innovation,
globally endorsed grape-growing practices and a passion for the land abound.
In Prince Edward County, you’ll find Sandbanks Winery, which is committed
to reducing the use of herbicides and pesticides. Pelee Island Winery uses a
pest management system developed by the World Wildlife Fund, while Niagara’s
Henry of Pelham pursues wetland restoration, biofiltration, reforestation and
water conservation. Wherever you look, Ontario wineries are working hard to
ensure their delicious offerings — and the lands they’re grown on — are enjoyed
for generations to come.
Sustaining great taste in Ontario wine
Sandbanks Dunes Red VQA
346445 | 750 mL | $14.
Full-bodied & Smooth (D – 15 g/L)
A masterful blend of foch,
gamay and cabernet grape
varieties that’s full of raspberry
and chocolate flavours.
Pelee Island Lola
618231 | 750 mL | $13.
Off-dry & Fruity (M – 24 g/L)
An incredibly fragrant white
that brings jasmine, lychee,
apricot and melon notes.
Henry of Pelham Estate
A VINTAGES ESSENTIAL*
268342 | 750 mL | $21.
Full-bodied & Rich (XD – 2 g/L)
Elegant, with bold ripe fruit,
vanilla, smoke and buttered-toast
flavours. Creamy and rich.