• Winter WineFest how did we do?

  • view over Fall colours to Lake Ontario

  • across Cave Spring Vineyards and Lake Ontario to Toronto's skyline

  • Louise Engel hawking at Featherstone

  • Sue-Ann Staff Estate Winery approach

  • Grape harvest at Rosewood Estates

  • Spring blossoms

Niagara's Twenty Valley, a wine region devoted to unordinary

An unforgettable Ontario day trip or weekend getaway, just an hour from Toronto

Some roads lead to ordinary. Some do not. And when you end up arriving at that blessed state of unordinary, well, it’s just a better place to be. 

That’s what the pioneers, winemaking mavericks and visionaries who inhabit Niagara's Twenty Valley believe. In fact, that’s why we’re here… to make good on the dream of living unordinary lives doing unordinary things.

Join us. For a day, a weekend, or a lifetime. Devote yourself to unordinary. Because no one looks back on their life and wishes it was anything less.

(Roughly an hour from Toronto and a 30 minute drive from the Niagara on the Lake wineries, Niagara Falls and The Shaw Festival.)

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Good Vibrations & Sweet Libations

Good Vibrations & Sweet Libations

Posted Jan 6th, 2016

If harvesting frozen grapes is not for you, but the sweet tipple is, then join Twenty Valley the weekend of January 15 – 17, 2016 for their Winter WineFest in Jordan Village, Ontario. The main street will be decorated with fire pits to warm toes and noses; food and wine stations to quench appetites and eager tasters, …

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What's in store with the 2015 Harvest in Niagara's Twenty Valley?

What's in store with the 2015 Harvest in Niagara's Twenty Valley?

Posted Oct 21st, 2015

What does the 2015 harvest hold for us after 2 exceptionally harsh winters? The Ontario wine industry has been hit hard…but will the pain be worth the gain? If the weather holds out, we are in for a vintage of stellar quality, just not a lot of it.

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Twenty Valley Nature Primer – Volume 1

Twenty Valley Nature Primer – Volume 1

Posted Sep 26th, 2015

The Niagara Escarpment is the most diverse ecosystem in the province. It is a life force that protects thousands of acres of trees and sustains species of birds, flowers, amphibians, and reptiles that are rare in Southern Ontario.

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