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13th Street Winery, St. Catharines

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web
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  • Have been there several times and always found the staff eager to please, whether it is s snack or a meal. Last visit was to attend the Hand Made Market on a very nice Sat afternoon. The music, food t...  read more »
  • From another winery we received a free tasting from this winery, so decided to stop in. Very artistic, modern winery. Art is featured all around the grounds. We stopped in for the tasting-and just did...  read more »
  • What a great experience. We arrived to find a charming (soon to be renovated) Bakery with a selection of jams, Jellies and unique condiments. After a purchase or two we preambled off to toward the win...  read more »
  • The bake shop is amazing. Lots of great baked items, jams and spreads. They display local artists in the wine shop. Many enjoyable wines, Below Zero Reisling is nice, the sparking brut is fun, a definite stop on your wine journey!
  • Property is nice. Wines are okay - they were a bit short on the tasting pours. Bakery staff were awesome.
  • A terrible experience. The winery seemed fine online, but when we arrived we were completely ignored. I know there were five people sampling, but after 15 or so minutes, even a brief nod or acknowledgement of our existence would have been appreciated, particularly after an employee left the sampling area and walked over to our location. Instead, nothing, We went out and came back in and waited a bit more, and still nothing. Finally, we left and went to the busier Flat Rock, where we were warmly welcomed, even though we had to wait a bit to sample. We tasted and bought quite a few bottles of wine, especially their excellent Pinot Noirs. If you want to be treated well, by all means avoid !3th Street. If you want excellent service and wine, try Flat Rock.
  • We went for lunch and enjoyed the nice setting, and a couple of us tried the 'cheese and charcuterie board' that is featured on their website. For $18 you get 2 samples of their charcuterie, and 2 of their cheese. All were very small, uninteresting, and unimpressive - very disappointing. After some fussing with the waitress we managed to get another 2 pieces of cheese, but this still compared very poorly to the cheese trays that we got for less money as part of wine tastings elsewhere. The service was rather slow too, but the food was the big problem.
  • Perfect mid afternoon stop on the wine route. We enjoyed some very nice samples and picked up some bottles of wine. But had a nice light snack featuring local cheeses and cured meats. The salad of tomatoes, basil, and cheese took a little longer to prepare as they had to pick tomatoes from the garden (this is not a criticism at all).
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