Situated in the heart of Prince Edward County, where Benway Road meets the Millennium Trail. Trail Estate is one of the County’s newest wineries focusing solely on small-batch, hand-crafted
Our wines are made in small batches — some as few as 40 cases — and many are available exclusively from our winery. We are thrilled with the many positive reviews our wines have garnered for our first vintage in 2013. We invite you to visit us at our in-winery tasting bar!
Feb & Mar
Thurs-Sat 11am - 5pm
Nov, Dec & Apr
Wed-Sun 11am - 5pm
Sun-Wed 11am -5pm
Other times by chance/app't
$2 per 1oz sample
Let us host your group of 6 or more with a 45-60 minute vineyard tour and tasting, and if time permits, a barrel tasting of upcoming wines! Available most Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, July through October. Pls book at least 48 hours in advance. $15/pp.
Please consult our website for a full calendar of events. We are always happy to take the time to answer any questions and accommodate where possible.
A native of Prince Edward County, Mackenzie graduated from the University of Guelph’s Arts and Science program and Niagara College’s Winery and Viticulture Technician program. Learning, living and drinking in the culture of amazing Canadian wine while working at Norman Hardie Winery and gaining experience during harvests in South African (Bouchard Finlayson and Sumaridge) and New Zealand (Central Otago Wine Company) shaped her style. Taking on a new project, Mackenzie moved from Prince Edward County to Nanaimo, British Columbia to teach friends how to grow and make wine for their small-batch winery, Chateau Wolff. Having sampled various wine regions, Mackenzie is confident that the limestone soils of PEC are where she wants to put down her roots.