The Niagara Wine trail is made up of many small, independently owned wineries. You can drive from one to another in your own car, or you can go on-line and book yourself into a day tour. There are many wineries so you must go online...更多
We participated in the Wine and Chocolate tour in February . It was a lot of fun but the wines are not great. The reds seemed better than the wine. If you like sweet wines then you will enjoy it more. There are 16 winery's...更多
We enjoy checking out the Niagara Wine trail periodically and this past weekend was a special event to benefit different Charities. Called "Niagara's Bounty" participating wineries were either donating their tasting fees towards a charity or collecting food goods and exchanging them for tastings. It...更多
Many many wineries to visit. All have lots of character and charm. Some have food too. We enjoyed the wines as they were nice and dry. The late harvest and Ice wines were also interesting but not cheap.
The wineries on the American side are nice. Very rural & country-like. The scenery with the trees changing was spectacular. However, we felt the Canadian wineries were more upscale with more of a European or Californian flare.
Great variety of wineries all with a nice selection of wines. Although it is not a trail of wineries they are all within a short distance and there are several that are lumped together and accessible for a one day trip.