Magnotta Winery - Canada's most award winning winery!

Description

Magnotta offers an exceptional winery experience with over 180 VQA and International Series wines to enjoy, gourmet food items and accessories, displays of original artwork, tours of our winemaking facilities, complimentary tasting bars, weekly in-store events, expertly trained staff and winery-direct pricing.

Magnotta Winery has 13 locations, strategically located throughout the Greater Toronto Area, Southwestern Ontario and the Niagara Peninsula.

The company has more than 180 acres of vineyards in the heart of Ontario's Niagara grape growing region. Located in Niagara, Magnotta Beamsville houses a state-of-the-art crushing facility, allowing the winery to have complete control over the quality of the press.

Tour Magnotta Beamsville (Niagara):
Nestled in the heart of Ontario's Niagara wine region, located 20 minutes from Hamilton directly off the QEW Niagara (Exit 64), our Beamsville winery houses Magnotta's expansive production facilities.

This tour takes you behind the scenes where grapes from Magnotta's own Niagara vineyards are crushed and pressed. See the Harvest Room and get a close-up look at the Icewine presses used to make Canada's most award winning Icewines. Beamsville also features Ontario's first Amarone-style VQA Wine Drying Room. You may even experience a rare treat and see a real cooper (barrel maker) working on-site. Then, head over to the complimentary tasting bar to sample several of Magnotta's world-class wines. This location also features displays of original artwork by local and international artists which have inspired Magnotta's wine label designs.

The Beamsville location is open to the public all year round, 7 days a week. Group and private tours at Magnotta can be modified to meet individual needs. We invite you to visit Magnotta and explore our facilities, meet our informative, friendly staff and discover a new world of wine.















  • Hours of Operation : Monday to Wednesday: 9am - 6pm Thursday & Friday: 9am - 7pm Saturday: 9am - 6pm Sunday: 11am - 5pm


  • Wheelchair Accessible : Yes

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