37,000 Jobs Created Through Canadian Grape & Wine Industry
Wines of Canada
Canadian Vintners Association
The Canadian Vintners Association (CVA) is the national voice of the Canadian wine industry, representing more than 90% of annual wine production. CVA members are engaged in the entire wine value chain from grape growing, farm management, grape harvesting, research, wine production, bottling, retail sales and tourism.
Culmina Family Estate winery is the result of a lifetime of experience in the wine industry for Elaine, Sara, and Donald Triggs. The winery creates wines of excellent through the blending of art and science.
Gaspereau Vineyards is a 50-acre vineyard and premium boutique winery situated in the beautiful Gaspereau Valley in Nova Scotia.
Blasted Church Vineyards
Blasted Church is an Okanagan Falls-based creative and quirky winery producing fine BC VQA wines.
Domaine du Ridge
Founded in 1996, Domaine du Ridge is one of Quebec’s largest wineries, with more than 85,000 vines.
Jost Vineyards is a pioneer of the Nova Scotia wine industry. Founded by Hans Wilhem Jost, who emigrated from Germany, he introduced German grape varietals and techniques to Nova Scotia. Jost now has over 40 wines in its portfolio.
Kacaba Vineyards & Winery
Kacaba Vineyards & Winery is a premium small batch winery located on the Niagara Escarpment Bench in Vineland, Ontario. The winery is focused on producing small quantities mainly by hand.
Trius Winery at Hillebrand
For more than 30 years, this winery has been crafting fine VQA wines from premium grapes grown in the four appellations of Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Burrowing Owl Estate Winery
Burrowing Owl Estate Winery, located in the town of Oliver in the South Okanagan region of British Columbia, produces premium BC VQA wines.
Lulu Island Winery
Lulu Island Winery is the largest winery in Metro Vancouver, covering 15 acres of land. Lulu Island produces Icewine as well as red and white wine.
The Hatch Winery
The Hatch in West Kelowna celebrates grape growing and wine making as extraordinary endeavors, seeing wine as a liquid art collaboration with unique growers and the singularity of their land.