Canada: Prince Edward County, Ontario

Favourite Experiences:

  • Touring Prince Edward County’s many vineyards
  • Enjoying Brunch at the Drake Devonshire Inn

In June, I spent a weekend in Ontario’s Prince Edward County for a friend’s bachelorette party. This was my first visit to ‘The County’ and I loved its quiet and laid back vibe. Our group spent the weekend touring and tasting wines from three different vineyards, partying at The Hayloft (a definite hotspot for summer bachelorette parties), and enjoying a lot of great meals together. Due to a limited amount of time, we were not able to visit The County’s famous Sandbanks Beach, but this is something I would definitely check out if I visited again during the summer months. Overall I really enjoyed this part of the province, especially the cute little village of Wellington, where we enjoyed brunch at the Drake Devonshire. If you’re a wine lover, make sure to check out the three vineyards that we visited for a tour and tasting:

Below are some of my favourite photos from my visit to Prince Edward County:


Closson Chase Winery


The tasting area at Closson Chase Winery


Vineyards at Closson Chase


Beautiful grounds of Closson Chase Winery


The entrance of Closson Chase Winery


Stunning views from ‘The Grange’ where weddings are often held


The Grange of Prince Edward offers picnic baskets filled with delicious breads, cheeses and fruits to enjoy in the vineyards


The beautiful grounds of The Grange of Prince Edward


Views from the winery tour at The Grange


Vineyards at The Grange


Barrels of red at The Grange of Prince Edward


The Grange’s barrel storage room as seen on the winery tour, smelled good!


Our shady picnic spot at The Grange


A picnic with a view at The Grange of Prince Edward


The grounds of The Grange are green, luscious, and stunning!


Brunch at the Drake Devonshire: Eggs Benedict (of course!)

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