Since summer is all about sipping drinks in the sun, you need to add this gorgeous winery to your travel list. Not only can you enjoy some cool glasses of vino, but you can also explore a unique landscape. You'll want to get lost in Ontario's Huff Estates leafy tunnel and sculpture garden all season long.
Ontario is brimming with wineries, and with patios opening up, there are tons of places to spend your summer days.
Nestled in picturesque Prince Edward County, Huff Estates Winery boasts acres of vineyards and high-quality wines.
The patio is now open from Fridays to Sundays, and tastings are also available, starting at $3 per person.
You can enjoy a glass (or two) alongside woodfire pizza while gazing out at your lush surroundings.
While exploring the grounds, you'll find more than grapevines. The vineyard has some unique surprises waiting to be discovered.
Located right next to the winery is a magical sculpture garden you'll want to explore.
The Oeno Gallery is filled with unique works of art including massive statues.
You can find a giant zipper in the ground, an oversized pinecone and more as you wander through the garden.
You can also take a walk through a leafy tunnel for some perfect photo ops and fairytale vibes.
The gallery and garden are free to visit, and donations are accepted.
It's a good idea to call and make a reservation before visiting so that the gallery can monitor the number of visitors.
If you're looking for more bubbly adventures, call up your besties and take a trip to these wineries across the province.
From lavender ice wine to colourful cranberry marshes, you can sip the day away at some of the most picturesque places.
Take a stroll through this enchanting sculpture garden and winery to add a bit of adventure to your day!
Price: $3 + per tasting
Address: 2274 Prince Edward County Rd. 1, Bloomfield, ON
Why You Need To Go: Enjoy a glass of wine on the patio and wander through a magical sculpture garden at this spot.
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