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White Wines

September 21, 2023

  White Wines We may not know which varietal of wine Galileo was referencing when he said “Wine is sunlight, held together by water,” but the quote brings to mind a rich Chardonnay from the Niagara Peninsula appellation. Home to approximately 55% of Ontario’s VQA wineries, the Niagara Peninsula produces grapes for white wine varieties…

Dry Rose Wine

Rosé Wines

September 1, 2023

Rosé Wines Nothing beats a refreshing glass of Rosé! Rosé can be made using a variety of methods; however, the basic process involves the skins of red grapes touching the wine for a short while, staining it a pretty pink colour. Our Classic Rosé wine is made primarily using our Gamay grapes and is on…

Short Hills Park

Plan Your Day in the Short Hills Bench

August 8, 2023

Plan Your Day in Niagara Benchlands Dine, hike, shop, drink local!   Revalee Brunch Café – Start your Niagara Benchlands adventure at Revalee Brunch Café. This local café 0ffers modern brunch fare including unique vegan dishes from the bounty of Niagara. With options like a Smoked Salmon Rösti, Duck and Waffle, Vegan Strawberries and Cream…

Food on a picnic table made by the Short Hills Kitchen

Plan Your Day in St. Catharines

July 14, 2023

Plan Your Day in St. Catharines Coming to St. Catharines, Ontario for the weekend and not sure what to do? We’ve got you covered with a few of our favourite local spots, including a stop at Henry for a tasting!   Mirepoix– Start your day with a tasty brunch at St Catharine’s local French-inspired bistro,…

Henry of Pelham Baco Noir Grape Vines

Wines as Provinces

February 17, 2023

Provincial Wine Pairings From Vancouver Island in the west to Cape Breton Island in the east, Canada features a plethora of wine regions from sea to shining sea. Read on for suggested pairings with each of the Canadian provinces.   Province: British Columbia Wine Varietal: Baco Noir Reflecting BC’s adventurous spirit, baco noir is not…

Add these Niagara Events to Your Calendar

October 3, 2022

Here’s your Fall Forecast: Add these Niagara Events to Your Calendar Niagara is breathtaking this time of year. Fall is definitely a season not to be forgotten (especially in Niagara). It’s known as the season to get “cozy” and just embrace change. From the metamorphosis of the leaves (evolving from bright yellows to vibrant reds),…

Red wine pouring into glass

Introducing – The Niagara Winery Reds Spotlight

July 26, 2022

Introducing – The Niagara Winery Reds Spotlight There’s nothing quite like a glass of a bright, juicy, fruit-forward red wine. Even better when it’s grown in Canada’s most prominent wine region – The Niagara Region. The diversity of the region allows for over 45 varieties of grapes to thrive including some of the most well-known…

Henry of Pelham Baco Noir Grape Vines

From Vine to VQA Wine: Our Sustainable Niagara Winery

July 4, 2022

From Vine to VQA Wine: Our Sustainable Niagara Winery Ever wonder how wine goes from vineyards full of fruit to a unique glass that you enjoy with dinner? The journey from vine to VQA wine is a carefully thought-out process where every step plays an important role in how the flavours and aromas end up…

Niagara Falls

Planning a Day Trip to The Niagara Falls Region?

June 17, 2022

Are you Planning a Day Trip to the Niagara Falls Region? Are you planning a day trip to the Niagara Falls Region this summer? The Niagara Region has so much to offer prospective visitors. If you haven’t been before, this area is full of beautiful outdoor spaces and sights to take in and explore. As…

Private winery tour in Niagara

Baco Noir Buyers Guide

May 18, 2022

The Baco Buyer’s Guide – Summer ’22 SHOP BACO NOIR The intention of this post is to outline the differences and intricacies of our pride and joy, the Baco Noir grape. For those who may be less familiar with Baco Noir, this red grape is not a singular vinifera, but rather a combination of Folle…