SEPTEMBER 15, 2017
Fall harvest is in full swing and it’s not just the fields of (canola) gold, bunches of carrots and tall, tall crops of cornhusks that are ripe for the picking. Vineyards across Canada are getting ready to harvest their bountiful rows of beautiful grapes and start the winemaking process. Round up some buddies in the RV and set out on an autumn weekend road trip to explore Canadian wine country*!
For a little travel inspiration, check out this roundup of 5 Autumn RV Pit Stops for Wine Lovers.
1. Norman Hardie Winery (Ontario)
Prince Edward County, along Lake Ontario’s northern coastline, is a charming community located in what is fondly referred to as the “golden triangle” between Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa. Roll on over to local sommelier and wine-maker Norman Hardie’s winery in Prince Edward County for tastings of their world-renowned Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and delicious wood-fired pizza.
ps – You may recognize this gorgeous winery from Chuck & Danny’s Road Trip on Food Network Canada. Watch the episode on-demand.
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2. Fallentimber Meadery (Alberta)
Off the beaten path from Calgary, you’ll find a local gem near Water Valley – Fallentimber Meadery, a member of the cottage winery industry in Alberta. Fallentimber’s mead is created by fermenting locally-sourced honey and fruits from Alberta farms. Celebrating...SEE MORE HERE https://gorving.ca/blog/5-autumn-rv-pit-stops-wine-lovers/