Celebrating over 20 years of winemaking in Niagara, 13th Street Winery’s mission is to create exceptional wines that reflect the unique terroir of Niagara. 13th Street Winery evolved from a desire to create exceptional wines that reflect the unique terroir of Niagara, while also providing a place for guests to congregate and escape; relax and discover, and experience and learn.
Art has always been an integral part of the Winery’s vision to provide visitors with a unique experience that stimulates all the senses, not just taste. The Gallery at 13th Street Winery officially opened its doors in November 2019, offering guests the opportunity to view and purchase original artwork from the collection and beyond.
Visit our tasting bar and enjoy a guided sampling of our wines, or relax on our seasonal verandah and enjoy the tranquility of our beautiful surroundings. Wander our expansive grounds and discover the sculptures and artwork that adorn our property. And of course, no visit to 13th Street Winery is complete without a visit to 13th Street Bakery. Here, you can savour the delicious aromas of fresh baking, featuring local farm-fresh fruit, our legendary butter tarts, and so much more!
Discover our unique blend of WINE, FOOD & ART.
13th Street Winery is proud to be Sustainable Winegrowing Ontario certified.
1776 Fourth Avenue
Open June to October
Monday to Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Open November – Mid May.
Monday to Saturday 10am – 5pm
Jean Pierre Colas is one of the most talented French-trained winemakers in the business. His winemaking philosophy is quite simple. He believes that great wines come from the best grapes grown in the best vineyards, whereas winemaking techniques are only utilized to supplement and capture the very essence of the grapes’ provenance and character. With this philosophy in mind, JP excels at crafting high-quality red wines paramount to the Niagara peninsula: Gamay Noir, Cabernet Franc, Syrah, and Pinot Noir. Likewise, J.P. guides the production of exceptional white wines, including world class Chardonnay, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris, and Gewurztraminer.