With the harvest season underway, it’s the perfect time to enjoy some Ontario apples. We’ve compiled a list of the best cider spots in Niagara that you need to try this year.
While the region may be known for its grapes and wine, that doesn’t mean Niagara doesn’t have anything else to offer.
There are a few spots nestled around that serve up multiple flavours of cider. Whether you are into the classic apple or like to spice it up with other fruity flavours, there is something for everyone to try.
Ironwood Cider House
This local spot has tons of different cider and fruit wine options to choose from. You can do flights of their drinks on the sprawling outdoor patio to find your favourite.
If you’re feeling hungry, Ironwood also has an expansive tapas menu. Some fan-favourites include shrimp tacos and hummus.
Niagara Cider Company
Hand-crafted right in the heart of the region, these are some of the best ciders in Niagara.
Some flavours include their dry apple cider and maple whiskey oak-aged cider.
Small Talks Vineyards
Made 100% from Ontario apples, these ciders come in a variety of flavours. Try a flight of caramel, pineapple mango, strawberry and more.
This colourful estate also has an expansive list of wines as well.
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Fielding Estate Winery
With cherry rosé and peach ciders, this is the perfect place to stop during those warmer months. You can enjoy a glass of cider while looking out at this estate’s gorgeous vineyard.
This spot also has white, red, rosé and sparkling wines to enjoy.
Niagara College Teaching Winery
The teaching college is a perfect place to stop in if you’re looking to buy some cider for your next gathering.
Currently, they have two flavours available: cherry cider and cider 101.