A popular spot to stop for still-bubbling pizzas fresh from the wood oven (which rival some of Toronto’s best pies) and salad made from tomatoes grown a stone’s throw from the Gamay grapes. This modern winery doesn’t lean into any of the artifice of a faux-fancy tasting room—it’s a pragmatic mezzanine that looks down on the winemaking operation below. The sizzle is in the wines, some of the most exciting being produced in Canada. It's a little taste of Burgundy in Ontario. In October, the public is invited to join in for the communal harvest, which is always a rompin’, stompin’ good time.