The Grange of Prince Edward Estate Winery
The father/daughter team of Bob and Caroline Granger has poured their passion for viticulture and their love of Prince Edward County into what is undoubtedly one of the grand wineries in Ontario’s newest wine region. With 50 acres of vineyards, a pastoral setting and a dramatic tasting room situated in a fully restored and modernized Loyalist barn, circa 1826. The Grange of Prince Edward Estate Winery is the Loyalist version of a French wine estate – complete with rich textures, historical outbuildings and old-world ambiance.
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Visiting the Winery
From Toronto and all locations west: Take Highway 401 East. Exit at Wooler Road (exit 522) South to Highway 33 (Loyalist Parkway). Turn right on Highway 33 (Loyalist Parkway) and remain on it through Hillier to Danforth Road. Turn left on Danforth Road, then left again on Closson Road.
From Kingston and all locations east: Take Highway 401 West. Exit at Highway 49 and turn left (south) to Picton. Continue on Highway 49, which becomes Highway 33 at Picton. Go through Picton and turn right on County Road 1. Turn left on County Road 2 and immediately right on Closson Road.