Newfoundland & Prince Edward Island
Although some quality classic grape wine can be found, Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island wineries
specialize in fruit wines.
Rhubarb, blueberry, partridgeberry, strawberry, plum and other fruits
are the basis of the wine industry on in Canada's pristine islands hugging the East Coast.
If your idea of berry wines is overpowering
sweetness, you'll be very surprised by the dry and complex fruit and berry wines grown and produced in this northern
A favorite, worth a trip to the Rock to sample,
is Barren's Blend Wine from the Rodrigues Winery the Bronze Medal Award Winner from the
first annual Fruit Wines of Canada Competition in 2000.
More about Newfoundland wine around the Web:
Wines of Canada - Newfoundland and Labrador
- Three wineries are to be found on Newfoundland with contact
details and overviews.
Newfoundland Wineries - Check out more detail with hours of operation, wine styles, photos and more.
History of the Newman
Wine Vaults - Dig deep into the history of Newfoundland wine with the story of St. John's as hub for aged wine prized in Britian.The Vaults are now a historical site...