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Three vineyards to visit in Nova Scotia this fall

Treat yourself to grand landscapes, delicious wines and great food.

Canadian wines are on the rise and Nova Scotia, thanks to innovative wine makers and a great terroir, has been increasingly standing out. Here are three favourites.

Benjamin Bridge

If you drank Canadian bubbly recently, chances are it was touched by Benjamin Bridge winemaker, Jean-Benoit Deslauriers. BB Wines, from sparkling and pet nat (for pétillant naturel, or naturally sparkling ) to whites and rosé, have been on a lot of tables and parties in the last years – and with reason: it’s delicious. On your trip to Nova Scotia, make sure to stop by, take a stroll in the vineyard, book a tasting and enjoy! 

Domaine de Grand Pré

Established in Grand Pré for more than 25 years, family-owned Domaine de Grandpré harbours a fantastic winery (you can tour it by appointment every day) and the delicious Le Caveau Restaurant. The bucolic setting and the delicious local food and wines make for a perfect fall day plan. 

Lightfoot & Wolfville

We have a big crush beautiful family-run farm and winery. Owned and managed by the lovely Lightfoot family, Lightfoot & Wolfville is a stunning property, where you can taste beautiful artisanal wines, eat great local food and wander around to see vines, highland cattle and sheep. 

Can’t make it to Nova Scotia this summer? Not to worry, you can still drink the wine! These three wineries will ship all across Canada.


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Clarah GermainSeptember 16th, 2020
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