Category Archives: Events

Geotextiles: Latest learnings from research and practice

Join us for the next session in our series as we explore your questions around the use of geotextiles in vineyards, share practical insights, and hear about the latest, most pertinent research learnings. Spring Cleaning: Tips on removing geotextiles from vineyards. Date: March 23 1:30-3:00 pm ET This session will focus on the timing and ...

Vinter Festival

The 3rd wine and winter festival – Vinter Festival –  in Prince Edward County. Prince Edward County winegrowers present their winter multi-venue wine festival over Family Day weekend, February 14-17, 2020. Prince Edward County Winegrowers Association (PECWA) is pleased to present a large winter group festival of winter art, food and wine pairings in unique ...

Terroir on the Move

Visit wineries in Prince Edward County May 18th & 19th. The Terroir on the Move Passport  gets you 6 unique wine experiences at participating wineries.  A $60 value is only $50 incl HST! Participating wineries: Grange of Prince Edward Winery Cellar tasting with the winemaker- taste from barrel with Maggie at 11:00am on Saturday and ...

Vinterfest – Family Day weekend, February 16-18, 2019

Prince Edward County Winegrowers Association presents their second annual multi-venue wine and winter festival – Vinterfest – over Family Day weekend, February 16-18. Prince Edward County, ON – Prince Edward County Winegrowers Association (PECWA) is pleased to present a multi-venue winter festival of fun, food and wine pairings in unique local winery venues. The “Vinter ...

How To Get The Most Out of Terroir

Terroir is the Prince Edward County Winegrower’s Association’s annual spring wine and food festival and market. This one day event takes place at the beautiful Crystal Palace in Picton and showcases some of the best wineries, restaurants and artisanal quality food producers in the area. If you haven’t heard, Prince Edward County is one of ...

A Millennial’s Terroir Crash Course

I love wine. This shouldn’t come as much of a surprise as many millennials like myself are avid wine drinkers. I’m lucky enough to call Prince Edward County (or “The County” as we like to call it) home. With nearly 40 wineries, some of the best restaurants around, and the cutest bed and breakfasts you’ll ...