Welocme Friends! We have based our wine and services on a simple philosophy – “Good wine, good food, good friends, and a great location!” Throw in some overtones of culture and heritage and we give you CASA-DEA Estates Winery. I invite you to Prince Edward County to visit us, we look forward to seeing you and providing you with an experience filled with passion, tradition and inspiration. Enjoy, Escape, Explore and Experience Casa-Dea Estates Winery blends passion, tradition and inspiration from the beautiful surroundings of our idyllic settings, to craft wines that invite curiosity and tempt the palate. Casa-Dea opened in the Spring of 2009 with a passionate new winemaker who’s been creating our new wines. Our grapes are harvested, with love, from our two vineyards. County soil is famous for producing grapes with excellent fruit concentration due to its good structure, ample drainage, shale and minerals resulting in healthy development of vines and fruit with character. Come on in for a wine tasting and tour. We’re here for the Love of Wine, Food, The County and You! Located just West of the quaint Village of Wellington, We’re OPEN DAILY: Wine Tastings 11am – 6 pm. Lunch, Wednesday to Sunday 11am – 4pm. Saturday Evening Dining 6pm -10pm. For Reservations call 613.399.3939. Enjoy, Escape, Explore and Experience Casa-Dea Estates Winery. We’re Looking Forward to Meeting You!
One of Niagara’s oldest premium wineries located in the charming village of Jordan. Tastings and tours (check website for times) and a spacious, comfortable tasting bar. We are celebrated by Wine Spectator and Decanter for our Rieslings, but most wine lovers know that we make a full range of white and red wines as well as terrific sparkling. Good news for bicyclists is our new wine club which means you don’t have to haul your wine choices away—they can be sent right to your home.
Helpful Hint: If you plan to stage here in Jordan, use the Fire Hall parking lot on 19th St and have access to their modern public toilets. Right across street is a bicycle repair stand on the east side of the Jordan House.