Forget the stereotypical icons of Canada. Wine is serious business here. From the classic table wines of the West Coast to the incredible sweet wines of the East, there is something special for everyone.
Canada extends more than 7,821 km (4860 mi) from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean and from the Island of Newfoundland to Vancouver Island on the west coast of British Columbia. A continent that is often re-known for its harsh winters has really made a name for itself in the wine game. Being such an enormous land, Canada is blessed with everything from vast mountain ranges, to a plethora of fresh water lakes and a multitude of micro-climates, with these elements combined - provide some of the world’s best areas for growing grapes. This coupled with fertile soils, low rainfall and warm sunny - days one can be rest assured that this country can and does produce quality wines.