The Partners

Who we are

Ontario Craft Wineries, Tourism Partnership of Niagara and Wine Growers Ontario are coming together to help Ontario’s wine industry and Niagara Region realize their full economic potential, by raising key issues, proposing pathways to success and sharing information.

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The Ontario Craft Wineries represents over 100 wineries from across the three designated viticultural areas of Niagara, Prince Edward County, and Lake Erie North Shore – including Pelee Island, as well as emerging wine-producing regions such as Ontario’s South Coast and Georgian Bay/Grey County. Our mission is to champion and advocate for the growth and success of Ontario VQA wine producers.

Tourism Partnership of Niagara is a non-profit industry-led organization funded by the Ontario Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, and one of thirteen Regional Tourism Organizations in the province. The Tourism Partnership of Niagara plays a leadership role in the Niagara Tourism and Hospitality apparatus that helps to shape the Niagara narrative to attract business and leisure consumers to Niagara in providing a world-class, four-season travel destination to domestic and international markets.

Wine Growers Ontario is committed to nurturing a grape and wine industry that reflects consumer demand and is sustainable and profitable for all. Members include all sizes of Ontario wineries as well as commercial grape growers. Members produce over 80% of all of wine made in Ontario, including Vintners Quality Alliance (VQA), 100% Ontario and International-Domestic Blend (IDB).

Help Us Uncork Ontario

Download the Executive Summary or the Full Report to learn more about Ontario’s world-class wine industry and how it is a catalyst for Niagara Region’s economic growth.

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