You Can Get A Wine Passport In Ontario & Sip Your Way Through 16 Vineyards This Summer

It comes with some free wine tastings too. 🍷

Staff Writer
PEC Wine Tasting Passport cover. Right: Drinking white wine in front of vintage world maps.

PEC Wine Tasting Passport cover. Right: Drinking white wine in front of vintage world maps.

Get ready to collect some stamps because there is a new winery passport that is sure to lead you on a boozy adventure.

The Prince Edward County Wine Tasting Passport is the only one you can find in the area, and you can take it to 16 different wineries in wine country for some complimentary tastings (and even some discounts).

Every single winery that's part of this boozy travel program offers something different when you show them your passport, but typically they'll have a complimentary flight of wine to sip on or a tasting for two. Discounts on food and wine accessories are also included.

So, which wineries can you sip and stamp at?

Wine connoisseurs can flash their passports at all of the following: Stanners Vineyard, Del-Gatto Estate Winery, Exultet Estates, Lighthall Vineyards, Three Dog Winery, Morandin Wines, The County Cider Co., Keint-He Winery & Vineyards, Trail Estate Winery, Huff Estates Winery, Broken Stone Winery, Long Dog Vineyard & Winery, Karlo Estates, Rosehall Run Vineyards Inc., Casa-Dea Winery, and Closson Chase Vineyards.

You don't need to worry about this passport expiring, because it never will. This means you can use it over the course of a couple of days or even a few years. Once it is full of stamps you can bring it back to Merrill House, the ones behind this vino program, for a free tasting flight of three wines from their cellar.

In order to get your very own booklet, you can contact the hotel directly and pick it up there. It's only $40 per passport which is for two people.

PEC Wine Tasting Passport

Inside the PEC Wine Tasting Passport.

Inside the PEC Wine Tasting Passport.

Courtesy of Merrill House

Price: $40 for a two-person passport

Address: Pick up at Merrill House, Picton Main Street, Main St E #343, Picton, ON K0K 2T0

Why You Need To Go: You can take your time sipping away through 16 different wineries in Prince Edward County, as you enjoy complimentary tastings and stamp your way to more free wine.


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Megan Johnson
Staff Writer
Megan Johnson was a Staff Writer for Narcity Canada's Ontario Desk focused on new netflix shows in Canada and things to do in Ottawa. She is based in Ottawa, Ontario.