Okanagan Valley: is a picturesque valley located in the southern interior of British Columbia. The Okanagan Valley is the second largest wine region in Canada with approximately 4000 hectares of vineyards. The Okanagan accounts for producing more than 90% of British Columbia wine. Vineyards and wineries can be found all along the 113 km Okanagan Lake and communities including Kelowna, Penticton, Naramata, Oliver, Osoyoos, Summerland and Okanagan Falls.
Niagara on the Lake: the birthplace of Ontario’s modern wine industry, is a place where rural pleasures blend seamlessly with sophisticated entertainment. You can relax in charming B&Bs, replenish with indulgent spa experiences, and delight in delectable local food paired with delicious VQA wines. From antique shopping to challenging golf to internationally celebrated theatre, it’s a world of endless fun and flavours.
Niagara-on-the-Lake is approximately 90 minutes by car from Toronto, and less than 30 minutes from Buffalo.
Annapolis Valley: Foodies will revel in the bounty of culinary experiences the Annapolis Valley has to offer. As Canada’s up-and-coming wine destination, you can tour the 11 established wineries/vineyards and sample unique varietals like Marechal Foch and L’Acadie Blanc. An exploration of Annapolis Valley farmers’ markets is a must, and at the many u-picks in the region, you’ll discover first hand the inspiration for much of the region’s delicious local cuisine.