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Rosehall Run Vineyards, Wellington

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web

From Toronto: Take Hwy 401 East, Exit Wooler Road (Exit #522). Turn South on Hwy 33 (Loyalist Parkway). Turn right on Greer Road, just after you pass through Hillier. Rosehall Run is at the bottom of Greer Road. (travel time from Toronto, approximately 2 hours)

From Ottawa and Kingston: Take Hwy 401 West, Exit Hwy 49 South (Exit #566). Turn West onto Hwy 33 to Picton Main Street. Remain on Hwy 33 (Loyalist Parkway) through Bloomfield, Wellington. Turn left on Greer Road, just past the hamlet of Rosehall. (Travel time from Ottawa, approximately 3 hours; from Kingston, 1 hour)
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  • Last weekend, I visited a few wineries in PEC. I had wanted to visit Norman Hardie, but it was crowded so I went across the street to Rosehall Run. I tried their top of the line pinot noir and enjoyed...  read more »
  • The wines were well presented and explained. But the wines available did not rise above the wines i tasted in other vinyards that day. I would recommend the tasting nonetheless. 
  • picked this vineyard because of Picnic Food truck-that was the initial attraction. The food Truck was excellent! had po-boy & chicken sandwich!!! the wines were just okay- cant wait to go back in 10 y...  read more »
  • This place is a hidden gem. I am not a huge fan of county wines or Chardonnay at least I thought I wasn't until I tasted the Hungry Point unoaked Chardonnay. What a great wine. Highly recommend enjoying a glass on the top patio overlooking the vineyard. What a view! Oh, and don't forget to grab something from the food truck. Loved those cinnamon and lavender sugar donut holes!
  • Nice friendly people. Good wine!
  • Great place to visit to enjoy a glass of wine in a quiet country setting. The Picnic food truck on site was delicious and fresh.
  • Nice chardonnay & pinot the jrc one!
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  • At the end of the road, as at the end of the Rainbow is a small treasure, the choice according to your tastes and very good wines.
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