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Henry of Pelham Family Estate, St. Catharines
(4.8/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A very interesting winery, very friendly people to show you the winery, a very historic property, and beautiful countryside 
  • Henry of Pelham is my absolute favourite winery in the region!! The wine is fantastic (Baco Noir is my personal favourite) and the tasting room is very cool. There is a great seating area outside that...  more »
  • Over the past 20 years or so of vacationing in this area we have visited at least 100 wineries. How fortunate to have found Henry of Pelham. Great people, interesting bit of history, informative tour ...  more »
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  • The staff are knowledgable and friendly. I am not a wine kind of guy, I don't know my Merlot to my Bordeaux. The staff were able help select a nice wine for the family. The wine itself was great. I didn't eat in the restaurant but the food looked fresh and locally sourced.
  • The atmosphere was good and the food was fantastic the server jack was great
  • Love the location, special events, and their wine of course. Well worth the stop.
  • Great wines, nice atmosphere and friendly people.
  • Henry of Pelham has been my go-to winery for decades. The different conditions of the Short Hills Bench and the minerals in the soil from the Niagara escarpment really contribute to the flavors of these wines. I still have a one or two bottles from the 1990s in my cellar and I only open them for special occasions. I do miss the Henry logo, but apart from that small detail, when I bring friends to Niagara, I usually start here.