Niagara’s little sister is all grown up, with beautiful body and great legs. With a long history of farming, Prince Edward County has transformed itself from Canada’s canning capital to Ontario’s newest wine region. Hosting close to 50 wineries, as well as breweries, distilleries and countless artisan farmers, craftsmen, artists and restauranteurs, it has become the newest gem for a get-away. The county is evolved in its culture and tastes, but retains a grass roots and community feel that we love.

Our signature summer wine tour series UNCORK THE COUNTY™ is a day-long adventure to this incredible growing region along Lake Ontario and the Bay of Quinte.

Join us for a leisurely day of picturesque landscapes, stunning vineyards, scenic shorelines and award winning wines. We will visit wineries, and maybe even make an unscheduled stops at a gallery, vintage shop or road side veggie stand. We want to ensure you get a wonderful experience of what the county has to offer.

Tour includes Prince Edward County wines at multiple wineries, lunch overlooking a vineyard is the perfect opportunity to share tasting notes with your private sommelier. Interact with those that are transforming Prince Edward County’s rich soil into a renowned viniculture hot spot. Plus, each tour date offers something unique – perhaps a local festival, key event or more time with passionate winemakers.

2017 summer dates – select from

– June 4 | Great Canadian Cheese Festival
– July 22
– August 19

8:30 AM to 8:30 PM
$149 /pp + HST

CREEDS Coffee Bar
390 Dupont St., Toronto, ON M5R 1V9

CREEDS built their coffee bar with an eye trained on the environment that surrounds it – its history, its population, its geography. They believe that their space is a unique representation of a tribute to the community of Toronto. Creeds Coffee Bar – enjoy your time here.

– Save your morning coffee for us. Caffeine + Breakfast is provided.
– Tour runs Rain or Shine.
– Price includes all Tour transportation, Food, Wine samples, snacks, pairings and taxes.
– Tour Guide gratuities always graciously accepted.