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Domaine de Grand Pre, Grand Pre

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  • This was an amazing opportunity to get to visit this winery with my NSCC Tourism class, it was absolutely beautiful, and I learned a lot about whine, and grape harvesting. The property is simply stunn...  more »
  • This vineyard is developing some good wines and notably its sparkling Champlain, its White its Tidal Bay Acadia and its Golden Apple ice cider. In addition, the vineyard provides access to the site from the world heritage of the Unesco OF GRAND PRÉ.
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  • Domaine de Grand Pre winery is one of the must visit wineries in the Annapolis Valley for any oenophile. A picturesque location coupled with great Nova Scotian wines makes for an enjoyable visit. They...  more »
  • Great place to try local wines. Nice shop. Beautiful vineyard and view.
  • We had a great wine tasting experience here, as they have a wonderful tasting & sales room inside. In addition there is an excellent outdoor restaurant with great, friendly service. I'd highly recommend you check out the vineyard if you're touring around Wolfville.
  • Excellent red and white wine selections. Bought a couple bottles... yes, it's very good! True Nova Scotian wine! Not much parking available though so when it's busy, good luck finding a spot!
  • Stopped in for a wine tasting and then stayed for light snack in their restaurant Le Caveau. They produce good wine which I will probably order from them online. They do provide mixed cases which is plus to mix and match. The restaurant is farm to table and local sourced and sustainable. Had the charcuterie board which was amazing and the lobster/scallop chowder which was good but not a typical east coast chowder. The winery's ground were quite beautiful as well. Well worth the hour drive out from Halifax.
  • oldest winery in Grand Pre, family owned and operated, lovely tours, setting and restaurant, and home to UNESCO Heritage Site.