Waupoos Winery In PEC Will Transport You To The South Of France

Who says you need a passport to travel somewhere European this year? Waupoos Winery, nestled in the heart of Prince Edward County, will make you feel like you are in the South of France without having to travel outside of Ontario. With stoned statues and stunning views, you’ll never want to leave this spot.

Situated right on the shores of Lake Ontario, this stunning estate was one of the first ever established in the region.

One of our favourite features of this place is the dock that sits right on the lake, where you can sip your wine while taking in the sights.

The beautiful water views aren’t the only thing that will make you feel like you’ve travelled outside of Ontario.

The estate is actually full of gorgeous stone statues and fountains that will make you feel like you are wandering through a royal garden in the 1800s.

In fact, theses statues are fit for a summer courtyard that was created for King Louis himself.

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Once you are done wandering through the beautiful estate and soaking in those European vibes, there are a variety of other things that you can do at Waupoos Winery.

The vineyard also has a gorgeous patio where you can enjoy some delicious farm to table lunch.

Some items on the menu include burgers, salads and even shared platters if you are feeling a little peckish.

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Not a fan of wine? The estate also offers an assortment of ciders that you can also choose from. From cranberry, to plum, to rose ciders, the possibilities for the tart beverage seem endless.

So grab a glass of wine and enjoy the views at this gorgeous winery!

Happy sipping!

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Making a trip to Prince Edward County soon? Make sure to download our Ultimate Tour Guide of PEC for the best 10 stop tour of the county.

Cover photo credits: megsommerville | Instagram & winniethemay | Instagram

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