This Colourful Ontario Winery Will Transport You Into A Rainbow

If you’re looking to add a little bit of colour into your life, you will want to add this winery to your bucket list. Small Talk Vineyards is jam-packed with bright hues and it will make you feel like you’ve been transported into a rainbow. From bright blue doors to pink arches, this vibrant spot will make the perfect stop on your next tour.

Nestled into the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake, this quaint spot offers some of the best wine and cider in the county.

You can sample a variety of whites, reds and roses, as well as different kinds of cider. Some of their flavours include apple, rose, and peach lite.

However, it’s not just the drinks that will have you wanting to come back to this venue. Inside and out, this vineyard is bursting with colour.

The adorable outdoor patio is filled with different hues, making it the perfect spot to enjoy your drink, take in the sunshine and grab some cute pics.

Bright coloured doors, multiple different colours of tables, and rainbow shade coverings are some of the many objects that will make you feel like you are living inside of a rainbow.

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The inside is just as bright, with colourful couches and chairs splattered around the building.

Currently, Small Talk Vineyards’ patio is open 7 days a week from 11-4 on weekdays and 11-5 on weekends for both wine and cider tastings.

Walk-ins are welcome, but you can also make a reservation on their website if you want to avoid the lines.

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While a lot of events are currently not running at the moment, this quaint spot is known for just more than its wine.

You can participate in goat yoga, paint nights and trivia games on the vineyard grounds throughout the year.

They also have a colourful train that you can ride around the grounds during your visit.

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Luckily, this vineyard isn’t the only bright spot to see when you are travelling wine country.

Closson Chase Vineyards in Prince Edward County is also a must-see, with a bright purple barn that you can spot all the way down the road.

Happy sipping!

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