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.
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Stratus aims to produce wines of outstanding quality with the smallest possible environmental impact. Its commitment to sustainability extends to its winery, which was the first in Canada to gain LEED certification.
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.
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.
Sumac Ridge Estate Winery
As B.C.’s first operating estate winery, Sumac Ridge Estate Winery aims to take the finest grapes from the Southern Okanagan Valley and craft them into delicious wines that people are proud to serve.
Hernder Estate Winery
Producing VQA wines, the vineyards of Hernder Estate Winery sit beneath the brow of the Niagara Escarpment.
Devonian Coast Wineries
Devonian Coast Wineries create unique Nova Scotia wines from their vineyards in the Annapolis Valley, the Gaspereau Valley and the Malagash Peninsula.
Inniskillin Okanagan Winery
As Canada’s original estate winery, Inniskillin is a well-respected winery pioneer committed to producing premium wines from premium grapes grown in Canada for over 35 years.
The Grange of Prince Edward Vineyards & Estate Winery
Historically a family farm, when current owner Caroline Granger took over the farm, she converted it into an estate winery. Respect for nature, passion for agriculture and the calcium limestone soils of Prince Edward County make for exceptional wines.
Joie, meaning “joy” in French, expresses the pleasure that wine and food have brought to the lives of the winery’s founders. JoieFarm grows grape varieties of Alsace and Burgundy which excel in the cool-climate, desert landscape of the Okanagan Valley.
TIME Estate Winery
TIME Estate Winery is an iconic winery on the Black Sage Bench in the South Okanagan, producing only estate-grown wines.