The Canadian grape wine industry Canada’s operates in 6 provinces: British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia, and provides economic benefits to every province and territory across the country.

Exceptional Canadian wines are shaped by remarkable terroir and dedication to the art of winemaking. Each of Canada’s distinct wine regions has its own unique mesoclimate, soil ecology and topography, where vineyards thrive in soils rich in glacial deposits, benefiting from the moderating effects of nearby bodies of water. Canadian winemakers embrace and celebrate this regional diversity, striving to express the best qualities of their appellation in each bottle. Pride of place and attention to detail is evident throughout the country’s wineries, showing why Canada’s cool climate wines are amongst the best in the world.

Learn more about the national and regional organizations that represent the interests of the Canadian grape wine industry here.