“It’s All About Da Grape, ‘Bout Da Grape”

Partnerships in business make good common sense. And the Niagara-on-the-Lake Bed & Breakfast Association is proud to be associated with a long list of carefully chosen winery and wine tour partners who conduct business throughout the Niagara Region.


To paraphrase a popular song, here in Niagara-on-the-Lake, “It’s all about da grape, ’bout da grape.” Many of our Niagara winery partners have won prestigious awards over the years. All are open from May throughout the summer while some remain open year-round. Your B&B hosts will be happy to provide you with coupons for free tastings at their favourite locations.

It's all about da grape, 'bout da grape.

It’s all about da grape, ’bout da grape.

Caroline Cellars Winery — also enjoy great food at its Farmhouse Café

Ravine Vineyards — renowned for its wines and bistro, open for lunch and dinner

Two Sisters Vineyards — a new addition to Niagara-on-the-Lake

Reif Estate Winery — a longtime favourite for locals and visitors alike

Peller Estates Winery — 50 years old and still thriving; superb dining too

Trius Winery at Hillebrand — a winemaking pioneer for over 30 years, featuring delicious menus

Between the Lines Winery — a family-run estate winery specializing in Lemberger and Vidal

Château des Charmes Winery — founded by a fifth-generation French wine growers

Coyote’s Run Estate Winery — featuring wines that reflect its unique terroir and microclimate

Diamond Estates Wines and Spirits — offering an exciting portfolio of Canadian and International wines

Five Rows Craft Winery — a small operation in St. David’s with big plans

Frogpond Farm Organic Winery — for something truly unique and different

Inniskillin Winery — the granddaddy of them all

Jackson-Triggs Winery — known for great wines and outdoor summer concerts

Joseph’s Estate Wines — featuring a full portfolio of premium VQA red and white wines and more

Konzelmann Estate Winery — for one of the friendliest and most informative experiences in wine country

Palatine Hills Estates — sample wine in an unpretentious atmosphere

Pillitteri Estate Winery — where old world meets new world; be sure to visit its one-of-a-kind barrel cellar

Riverview Cellars Estate Winery — a family affair dedicated to producing small-batch wines

Small Talk Vineyards — experience new varietals that’ll have you talking

Southbrook Vineyards — an upstanding member of the global biodynamics community and steward of the earth

Stratus Vineyards — row upon row of grape vines featuring 11 varieties of red and seven of white

Strewn Winery — a winery, a cooking school and an on-site tapas bar, all in one lovely location

Sunnybrook Farm Winery Estates — Canada’s original fruit winery

The Ice House Winery — become an ice wine expert and sip n’Ice Slushies



If you’re going to drink wine, we recommend a guided cycling or chauffeur-driven wine tour. You’ll also get a deeper understanding of the various wineries and wines in the area. Choose from an array of tour options offered by our wine tour partners. Some include lunch or dinner, while others keep it light and simple.

Tour three or four wineries on a guided wine tour in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

Tour three or four wineries on a guided wine tour in Niagara-on-the-Lake.

ZOOM Leisure, for bike rentals and guided cycling wine tours

Grape Escape Wine Tours, for bike rentals and guided cycling or chauffeur-driven wine tours

Niagara Vintage Wine Tours, for chauffeur-driven wine tours

Niagara Wine Tours International, for bike rentals and guided cycling wine tours

Posted by Donna S. Vieira on behalf of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Bed & Breakfast Association

This is the one and only official website of the Niagara-on-the-Lake B&B Association. Members listed on this site have undergone health and safety inspections, are legally licensed to operate as a B&B and meet all the required standards set out by the association. If you prefer to book online, this option also ensures that commissions go back into the association’s coffers for the benefit of all members of the not-for-profit association and not other, unrelated, commercial entities.