We welcome you to join us for a guided tasting through our award winning wines. It is recommended for tastings that groups more than 6 people pre-book at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours of Operation
January - Closed
February & March - Saturday & Sunday only from 11 - 5
Join us for a guided tour through our production facility where we will explain the story behind Huff Estates and take you through the processing life from a bunch of grapes through to a bottle of wine. We offer daily tours to the public at 11am, no pre-booking required for tour groups less than 10 people. Tour is included in your $8 tasting fee or $5 if interested in tour only without a tasting
Additionally a group can add a sit down lunch to their visit, please contact email@example.com for details and pricing
These tastings are offered by reservation only and can accommodate from 2 – 6 people
Guided Wine Tasting ($15 person)
One of our senior staff members will guide you through an experience tasting of your choice, these will vary depending on availability of products but may include a blind tasting, a single vineyard, verticals, library tastings etc.
These tastings are based on a first-come first-served and customers will have their own seat at a bar with the tasting guide.
Pair cheese with you experience tasting for an additional $10/pp
Barrel Cellar Experience ($35 person)
One of our senior staff will conduct an exclusive tasting for you and your party in the barrel cellar. Learn & taste your way through wine & cheese pairings as well as the impact that oak barrels have on wine.
To book these experience tastings, email Lynne at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-393-5802
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