Address: 1709 Front Road, St. Williams, Ontario, Canada, N0E 1P0

Rooted in the agricultural significance of tobacco and Norfolk County, Ontario, Burning Kiln offers a vision of this VQA region’s bright future. The picturesque winery is a repurposed tobacco pack barn overlooking Long Point’s UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. The spectacular views combined with the unprecedented number of paved roads makes it an ideal destination for road cyclists. For those who prefer a mountain bike, the winery and its vineyard are surrounded by a network of multi-terrain trails woven throughout the bordering Carolinian forest.

Enjoy award-winning wines paired with outstanding local fare by Canned Heat’s patio restaurant. Known for hosting a variety of events, visitors can often enjoy live music, concerts, local makers, other special events, and is also available for private functions such as weddings and celebrations. Burning Kiln offers a wide range of tasting and tour experiences, as well as accommodations through their recently restored historical farmhouse.

Be sure to try their award-winning “Kiln Dried” wines produced in the appassimento style through the reinvention and use of the former tobacco drying kilns located on the property. The ground-breaking method earned Burning Kiln an Agri-Innovation award from the Province of Ontario.

Cyclists have access to a secure locking area, water, restrooms and all the amenities that the winery has to offer
Adjacent to the winery visitors can find our affiliate companies of Long Point Eco Adventures and Hometown Brew Co, offering a wide variety of outdoor excursions and locally crafted beers. Additionally, within comfortable cycling distances are Turkey Point, Long Point Beach, and numerous lakeside villages with an endless array of attractions.