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Grape growing in Nova Scotia has been documented as early as the 1600’s, but commercial winemaking is relatively new to Nova Scotia; established in the region over the past 25 years.
Today there are approximately 20 wineries, some of our favourites are featured below.
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Benjamin Bridge (benjaminbridge.com) "has distinguished itself by its dedication to time proven techniques, expert guidance, and most importantly its acclaimed, distinctive wines. Our innovative sparkling wines display the hallmarks of classic prestige cuvées from Champagne, but with a Nova Scotia signature".
Domaine de Grand Pre (grandprewines.com) "is the oldest farm winery in Atlantic Canada. The Swiss-born Stutz family re-opened the winery in 2000, and are currently celebrating their twentieth anniversary of being open to the public.".
Lightfoot & Wolfville (Lightfootandwolfville.com) “is known for their "most diverse portfolio of European vinifera in Atlantic Canada, including classic Burgundian-inspired Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, Rieslings and other German-styled white wines, as well as traditional method prestige cuvée sparkling wines".
Luckett Vineyards (luckettvineyards.com) "Luckett Vineyards is proud to follow in the footsteps of several established wineries in the region …captures the magic of Nova Scotia’s distinctive character through wines that truly are worth phoning home about”.
Or other wineries of your choice including Gaspereau Vineyards, Planters Ridge Winery, Blomidon Estate Winery, Mercator Vineyards, L’Acadie Vineyards……
We can accommodate groups of up to 14 in our executive vans or smaller parties in our sedans and SUV's.
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