Located on a small peninsula in the southeastern corner of the county surrounded by Lake Ontario South Bay, this site is ideal for growing grapes. The soil is composed of clay loam, shale loam and limestone. Oak trees line the vineyard forming a natural wind break and that coupled with the temperate climate generated by the two large bodies of water make this location ideal for various styles of wines such as Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris.
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This 15 acre plot is located at the estate and surrounds the winery, inn and Oeno gallery. The soil at this site is a composed of Ameliasburg clay loam and limestone, a unique terroir which lends to a nice acidity and minerality in the wines which is common character found in county grown wines. Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir as well as hybrids such as Vidal and Frontenac Gris are grown at this site. The North south vine alignment and slope allows for a good sun exposure and optimal ripening.