Some of the best summer activities include sipping wine in sprawling vineyards and wandering through blooming lavender fields. No need to plan two separate day trips, because you can do both at this winery. With vibrant purple views and tons of wine to sip, Ontario's Bonnieheath Estate is the perfect place to spend a sunny afternoon. 

In Ontario, we're all a little bit obsessed with lavender fields and wineries.

The province boasts so many gorgeous flower farms and lush vineyards to explore.

You can experience both at the same time with a trip to Bonnieheath Estate Lavender & Winery.

Tucked away in the countryside of Norfolk County, this charming venue is surrounded by purple fields.

Sip on a glass of wine or cider as you stroll through leafy vineyards and blossoming lavender gardens. 

A natural wetland with sparkling waters adds to the picturesque beauty of the place.

The lavender gazebo is the perfect spot to relax as you gaze out at the flowers.

You can stock up on lavender products while visiting, including a unique lavender-infused dessert wine made with flowers from the farm.

Currently, the retail store is open. According to the website, the estate hopes to have the farm grounds open soon.

If you're looking for more places to get your flower fill, you can check out some other purple fields around the province

Terre Bleu is always a popular destination, and you can take some amazing pictures by the dreamy yellow door.

Laveanne Lavender has a floral labyrinth for the most serene stroll of your life.

Be sure to check the websites for updated hours before checking out these spots.

Adventure to this enchanting winery surrounded by lavender fields for some amazing sips and views!

Bonnieheath Estate 

Address: 410 Conc 12 Townsend Rd., Waterford, ON

Why You Need To Go: Enjoy dreamy lavender fields and lush vineyards at this winery and farm!

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