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Collingwood and the Blue Mountains Wine Tour

Updated: Feb 21, 2023


Blue Mountain Wine Tours


Making The Best of Your Time when Visiting Blue Mountain Wineries


Exploring Blue Mountain, Collingwood area is a great way to explore outside of The Blue Mountain Village or The Blue Mountain Resort. We have outlined below a few of the wineries that you should visit. All offer locally sourced charcuterie trays and beautiful views of the Georgian Bay area. A great way to get around and fully immerse yourself in the area is to hire a local guided tour such as the Beer Bus Company. We can ensure that you have your reservation booked at each winery, our expert guides will keep you informed and entertained and we will worry about the driving.


 

Georgian Hills Vineyard


The Georgian Hills Vineyard is located in the beautiful Georgian Bay region of Ontario. The vineyard is known for producing high-quality, award winning wines, made from hand-picked grapes grown on the estate. The picturesque vineyard sits on rolling hills and boasts breathtaking views of the surrounding country side. The winemaking team at Georgian Hills uses traditional techniques combined with modern technology to create a diverse range of wines, including Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir, and more.

Visitors to the vineyard can participate in tastings, tours, and events, making it a popular destination for wine lovers. Georgian Hills Winery also produces a range

Enjoying A Wine Tour at a local winery

of ciders made from local apples. Best way to enjoy Georgian Hills Vineyards is joining a tour, located approximately 15 minutes from Blue Mountain Village.

You will often see wedding proposal picnics, helicopters landing and bachelor and bachelorette parties making their way through Georgian Hills Winery.


 

The Roost Wine Company


The Roost Winery

Roost Wine Company is located in the Blue Mountains and is located in a 19th century renovated barn. The Blue Mountain area is known for its cool climate and unique terroir, which is embraced through the varietals that the Roost Wine Company grows in its vineyard. Roost Wine Company is known for small batched wine, and quirky names and beautiful labels on their wine bottles. For example two wrongs make a white, Sekt in a bottle and The Barn Red.

The winery offers tasting in their beautifully renovated post and beam barn offering beautiful views of the Beaver Valley. The Roost believes in using a sustainable winemaking process and a popular destination for wine enthusiasts and visitors to the Blue Mountain, Collingwood and Beaver Valley area. Roost Winery is located approximately 15 minutes from The Blue Mountain Village.

 

Coffin Ridge Winery


winery located near thornbury

Coffin Ridge Winery is located in the Georgian Bay Region in Meaford Ontario and is located approximately a half hour from The Blue Mountain Village and from Owen Sound. The Winery is known for its unique approach to wine making, combining traditional winemaking techniques with modern technology. Coffin Ridge is know for its focus on producing handcrafted wines. When you drop by on your wine Tour you can enjoy such wines as Divine Intervention White, The Resurrection Rose or Back from the Dead Red. Coffin Ridge Winery is a must visit destination for wine lovers in Ontario



 

If you're looking for an unforgettable wine adventure in the heart of the Blue Mountains and Collingwood, book a tour with the Beer Bus Company. We have the inside scoop on all the best wineries for Collingwood Wine Tours in the area. Imagine cruising through the rolling hills with views of Georgian Bay on one our tour buses. And the best part? You don't have to worry about driving or navigating, the Beer Bus has got you covered. Our local tour guides are knowledgeable and entertaining, they'll show you a good time and make sure you have an experience you'll never forget. Trust me folks, if you're looking for a top end Collingwood and the Blue Mountains wine tour then book your tour with the Beer Bus Company or Canadian Craft Tours!




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