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Holland Marsh Wineries


Holland Marsh Wineries is a beautiful winery nestled in Newmarket, just 15 minutes away from Bradford. The winery was established in 2008 and encompasses 22 acres of sandy, clay and loamy-type soil. This unique soil composition and bowl-shaped micro-climate give the estate-grown grapes an unparalleled distinction from that of any other region in Ontario. Paired with many centuries worth of knowledge and countless years of experience, the winery is pioneering the way for emerging wine regions in Ontario.

The winery’s cellar and wine shop showcase their library of wines ranging in different styles and vintages which are available for tasting. Here you will also find wine-related merchandise, cheese and charcuterie boards, as well as information packages for events at the winery. The cheese board is a favourite for visitors and includes outstanding cheeses, crackers and spicy jams.

The wine tastings are very fun, and they have both white and red wine. Each sample costs you $2.50 and if you buy a bottle the sample cost will be waived. The staff are amazing and so friendly, knowledgeable and always have a smile. This place is great for photo shooting as well, they’ve decorated the wine yard and there is a nice pond with a walking deck. The clubhouse is good for events and parties with a view of the wine yard.


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