On a clay limestone hill in Prince Edward County, my passion for fine wine is put to the ultimate test. I have chosen select sites in Prince Edward County and Niagara with a magical combination of clay and limestone. These mineral driven sites are ideal and allow me to craft Pinot noir, Chardonnay and other cool climate varieties of exceptional quality and elegance. My wines tell a story of place developed from my passion and experience. I invite you to experience my experience.
Cheers, Norman Hardie
April - October
Daily 10am - 6pm
November - March
Daily 10am - 5pm
Our tasting bar and pizza oven are both now open daily from 10am-6pm, we welcome all walk-ins, and large groups of 8 or more can email firstname.lastname@example.org to make reservations between 10am and 12pm (after 12, large groups can walk-in to be served on a first-come first-served basis).
We have strict COVID-19 protocols in place, including tables socially distanced on the patio, masks enforced in our bottle shop, and plexiglass between customers and tasting bar associates during tastings.
No tours offered
In my early twenties I earned my sommelier certification from the esteemed wine program at the University of Dijon in Burgundy and then put my skills to work as a sommelier for Four Seasons Hotels for seven years. In 1996 I traded in my Hugo Boss and Armani suits for farm clothes, work boots and a backpack. My insatiable thirst to master the art of winemaking led me on a six year journey apprenticing for the very best producers/winemakers of cool climate varieties in Burgundy, South Africa, Oregon, New Zealand and California. In 2003 I put roots down in Prince Edward County by planting 12,000 Pinot Noir vines and in 2004 planted an additional 3,000 Chardonnay and 2,000 Pinot Gris vines.