Discover Ontario Wine Country as the
LCBO’s Astrid Brummer drops by to meet some of Ontario’s talented
FLAT ROCK CELLARS
With wine names like “Rusty Shed” and
“Twisted,” it’s apparent that Flat Rock Cellars has
adopted an approachable, people-friendly tone to
their brand. In this video, Ed Madronich explains
their approach and describes what makes Ontario’s
wines uniquely enjoyable.
CREEKSIDE ESTATE WINERY
Australian-born Craig McDonald is an
innovative winemaker who has worked around the
world, but Ontario’s been his home base for the past
decade. In this video, see why he’s so enthusiastic
about winemaking here—and why talented winemakers
everywhere are flocking to Ontario.
CAVE SPRING CELLARS
With a philosophy that “you don’t
make wine; you grow wine,” Len Pennachetti is firmly
rooted in his role as a farmer and a winemaker. And,
in this video, he shares the pleasures of matching
Ontario wines with our great local foods.
THE GRANGE OF PRINCE EDWARD
VINEYARDS & ESTATE WINERY
There’s a buzz of excitement about
Prince Edward County, our province’s newest wine
region. Surrounded by historic family farmsteads and
sandy Lake Ontario beaches, winemakers are
delivering a new Ontario wine experience, as
Caroline Granger of The Grange of Prince Edward
Vineyards & Estate Winery explains in this video.
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