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Organized Crime Winery, Beamsville

(3.1/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Just left the winery and you have to respect the small places. If you go here ask them how they got their name. It's not what you may think  more »
  • I've driven past Organized Crime for months now and the sign has always said "closed". Fortunately I drove past on a day where it was open and went in the tasting. There's nothing overwhelming about t...  more »
  • Small boutique store. A few wines completely sold out but this is a good indicator. Was to busy to give a fair chance. Will try again in the future  more »
  • Wow! Small but amazing. Highly recommended the beautiful coloured Pinot Gris and the spectacular Gewürztraminer.
  • Above and beyond all expectations. The story and creativity behind the wine make the experience while drinking all the better. It's a small, family run operation and you can taste the care they put into their product. We bought 16 bottles and can't wait to return. A complete standout from the monotony of the larger, mass-vineyards in the area.
  • The two owners are incredible. Great, funny service. Some of the best wine in niagara. Family owned, hand picked, passionate. If we had more of these, life would be great.
  • Fantastic handpicked artisan winery!
  • Wine is very good but not sure if it is worth the money. The staff there could be a little more pleasant and $2 per tasting (per glass) is a little outrageous.