on Canada's Atlantic Coast, Nova Scotia's wine industry is springing up in the Annapolis Valley.
grape growers, and 250 acres of grapes - grow mostly French hybrid with a few acres of Chardonnay and
In addition to Annapolis Valley, most of Nova Scotia's 30 wineries are also located along the coast in the Malagash Peninsula, and LaHave River Valley.
While the classic wines from Nova Scotia are
making strides in gaining international respect, the colder North Atlantic climate has naturally
lead to producing world class icewines, as well.
Discover why Nova Scotia is becoming famous
for its wine industry as well as its thriving seaports with a look at its grape vineyards, (like
the Jost Vineyard in Malagash, Nova Scotia, above) its award-winning wines, tasting tours and
More information about Nova Scotia wineries around the Web:
Wines of Nova Scotia - The official site featuring a complete winery directory, locations and maps, event calendar, photos and related resources.