The Canadian grape wine industry Canada’s operates in 6 provinces: British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island and provides economic benefits to every province and territory across the country.
Canadian Wine Industry Regions
Grape wines are produced in six provinces across Canada: British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.
A wine appellation is a place where grapes were grown to make wine described by a unique place name. These wines are known as appellation wines or wines of origin. Each appellation characterizes a particular area with unique characteristics that are found in the area, such as soil, geology, climate, and topography and may also have a reputation for a specific wine style or grape variety.
A Canadian viticultural area is a designated wine grape-growing appellation region distinguishable by geographic features, with established boundaries that are more specific than the Province, but may contain sub-appellations.