Featherstone takes a creative approach to maintaining its eco-friendly practices. The winery’s herd of sheep eat all the low-hanging grape leaves that would otherwise need to be removed from the vines. Head to the veranda for a taste of their beautiful, small-lot wines.
We were a group of three and set up our own wine tour. We visit the region 3 or 4 times per year. This was the third of seven stops for this visit. This appears to be a relatively small winery and...
Excellent service. We arrived a Sunday afternoon, after heavy traffic on QEW near to closing time. Still the guys here were accommodating. We got to view the 100 year old property from a quaint...
Lovely setting but didn’t like being gouged to buy two bottles of wine to waive $8 tasting fee, and then told that it would cost an additional $7 corkage fee if we wanted to enjoy our wine with pizza...