This Winery In Prince Edward County Is Hidden In An Old Barn & Has Total Speakeasy Vibes
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The region of Prince Edward County is known for its many wineries, so how do you decide which one to sip at when you visit? What about a winery tucked away in a historic barn that will make you feel like a total VIP?
If you head over to Karlo Estates winery, you can sip on some wine right inside their 19th-century barn, out on their vineyard patio, or tucked away inside their hidden tasting lounge that serves some serious speakeasy vibes.
Whether it's a spontaneous night out with friends or a live music show at the winery, a stop in the vintage red tasting room is likely worth a glass of wine. You can sit on a red velvet couch under wooden barn beams and surrounded by vintage crimson accents, though you'll want to make a reservation to secure your spot.
If you're wondering why there is a gong near the front door, you can strike it to find out. A staff member's head might even peak out from a secret wooden door that leads to the wine lounge.
As if the atmosphere could become any more of a vibe, the vineyard is also home to one of the largest dry-stone bridges in North America. You can stroll over a fairytale-like bridge with your glass of wine, without the need to look out for trolls. There is a sneaky kitty that roams around the barn though, so the winery isn't free from hidden creatures.
Vegans, you might want to get ready to start sipping because this award-winning winery also serves certified vegan wine (and they were the first to produce it, too). You can grab a bite along with your glass (or glasses) of wine, the winery offers a menu of plant-based options, including charcuterie plates. Cheers!
Price: $4 per tasting, $10+ per glass
When: Tasting room open
Address: 561 Danforth Rd., Wellington, ON
Why You Need To Go: You'll feel like you've stepped back in time into a vintage VIP tasting room where you can enjoy a variety of Ontario-made wines. They're also award-winning and have earned 23 gold medal scores for their wines.
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