Nova Scotia boasts more than just the natural wonder, Bay of Fundy, whale-watching, puffins and seals. It has fantastic award winning wineries worth the trip out east. A cool climate region (it’s actually the bordering on the coolest limit for vines), Nova Scotia’s soil and mesoclimate combine to create high quality grapes that produce iconic wines. With 70 grape growers and over 800 acres of vines in seven different regions, it can be daunting trying to figure out where to start. Well, be daunted no more – these four wineries are your gateway to the wines of Nova Scotia.
A mass of contradictions, Lisa Hoekstra is a soccer-playing bookworm with a moderate fear of heights and a love of rock climbing. Her freelance writing career has introduced her to many new and exciting hobbies, the best of which — in her opinion — is wine.
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