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Caroline Cellars Family Estate Winery

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Caroline Cellars Family Estate Winery

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Niagara Region Small Group Luxury Craft Beer Tour

Enjoy a later morning start as we drive into the Niagara region, a 90 minute drive from downtown Toronto to enjoy craft beer tastings at some of Niagara's prominent craft breweries. A 'behind the scenes' tour is also included at one of the locations. We will visit 4 local craft breweries and samples are included at each of the 4 locations. You will get to see how the magic happens with an up close and personal look at the beer making process. You will travel by luxury mini bus, heating, air conditioning, seat belts, leather seats, sound system in a small group atmosphere with up to 22 people. Our professional driver will get you around safely and keep you informed before dropping you back at your starting point. This tour is a fun, informative and relaxing day out. Sit back, enjoy and let us do the driving while you sample some of the great craft brews from the Niagara region. Pick ups are available on route in Oakville, Burlington and Hamilton. Email after booking for instructions.
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Umer73 wrote a review Dec. 2020
Toronto, Canada28 contributions13 helpful votes
This was our second visit here and such an amazing winery and restaurant! Very friendly and knowledgeable hosts/staff as far as wine tasting is concerned and the food at the restaurant is just TOO GOOD! Too bad they closed at 3pm so we couldn’t grab a bite this time around but we did stay for the wine tasting...AGAIN! Highly recommend!!
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Jaime wrote a review Dec. 2020
Toronto, Canada36 contributions11 helpful votes
Went shopping to the Niagara outlet mall and the boys at brown shoes. Which have great selection and fantastic service recommended us to Caroline’s Nice setting on a place which is a monthly visit and we never new of this gem The ladies serving were amazing and friendly The wine was just out of the barrel, so I expected that farmers wine to be just that. Rib steak sandwich on focaccia to die for. The amazing burger omg. Fresh cut fries delightful. My wife decided on a cheesecake with a ice wine berry omg. What can one say. We decided to take a carrot cake and a chocolate cake home to toronto for the kids. Beautiful setting and a bang for your buck. Spend on the small business well worth it My kids loved the desserts after their flamed grilled chicken and ravioli I made them in toronto Loved the experience
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Robert-50 wrote a review Nov. 2020
Hamilton, Canada87 contributions34 helpful votes
We had our first visit to this great winery last weekend. I'm not sure what took us so long to check it out, but we'll certainly be returning. We did a scheduled tasting first (be sure to call and reserve during COVID) before having lunch. Our server, Doug, was very knowledgeable and helpful. While my wife doesn't enjoy too many Niagara reds, she loved several of their options. I enjoyed their white wine selection and even tried their Cranberry Winter Harvest wine which we bought two bottles of and we know we'll enjoy after meals (particularly the Christmas season). We ended up buying eight bottles of wine, if that is any indication of how much we liked this place and their wines. We then had lunch at their cafe. Great home-style menu and food. Service was great and we both enjoyed our meals. We'll certainly be visiting again during our Niagara on the Lake trips.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Fattums B wrote a review Nov. 2020
Toronto, Canada162 contributions48 helpful votes
I have heard so much amazing things about Caroline's I was super excited to know this was where we were going for our lunch with wine. We had an amazing experience with Doug who was personable and charismatic and was so patient while we tasted the various wines before deciding which to purchase. We absolutely adored the food and I'm still full, it was such a hearty meal. I am definitely recommending this place to everyone and will be going back.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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PierreHGrosLot wrote a review Oct. 2020
Toronto, Canada123 contributions84 helpful votes
My wife and i had a very enjoyable lunch at Caroline Cellars. She had a very nicely prepared burger and also enjoyed the Potato Leek soup. I had some very good ribs ; juicy and succulent and with very tasty fries. The dining room is very nicely built out of wood, but we thought they could do better job with the decor. it feels a bit stark. Good service.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Response from JNL_1981, Owner at Caroline Cellars Family Estate Winery
Responded Oct. 23, 2020
Thanks for sharing - we are happy to hear you enjoyed your meals with us. As for decor, due to COVID and constant cleaning we have not put up all of our decor as it would require constant sanitation and/or could be a place that germs could hide - we only opened our indoor dining room 3 weeks ago due to concerns about our ability to provide an extra-safe dining experience. It is of utmost importance to us to provide extra-safe indoor dining, so decor has been a sacrifice in favour of safety. I agree, it also feels kind of stark inside as we are at 50% of capacity - so it feels a little empty in the dining room. Safety first these days :)
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