VISIT HILLIER CREEK
We invite you to tour our vineyards and winery to learn about our grape growing and wine making process – or simply come and enjoy a glass of wine in either the cozy atmosphere of our tasting room, or out on our sunny patio overlooking the vineyards. Read more.
DISCOVER HILLIER CREEK
Our winery is based on 50 acres; 30 of which are planted. We grow vitis vinifera varietals Gamay, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Riesling. Our 27,000 plants were planted in 2002, 2003, and 2004. Our newest planting is two acres of the Canadian hybrid Vidal. Our current production is 25 tonnes, for a production of 30,000 bottles per year. Read more.
OUR RANGE OF WINES
Silver medal winner at the International Pinot Challenge 2013. A unique set of circumstances led to a small batch of our Estate Pinot Noir spending over three years in new French and Canadian oak barrels. The result is a concentrated Pinot with dark cherry and raisins on the nose and ripe raspberries on the palate.
Silver medal winner at Royal Winter Fair 2013! A smooth and refreshing Chardonnay with flavours of pear, apple and lemon peel. Extended contact with lees brings flavours of fresh baked biscuits and a soft texture to the palate. Paired with seafood or spicy foods. Sommelier notes: Lovely pale lemon colour, ripe apple with hints of…
This elegantly oaked Chardonnay has been fermented and aged in French and European oak barrels for 18 months. It expresses notes of ripe pear, green apple and peaches with a rounded texture and lingering finish. Pair with creamy pasta dishes or grilled poultry. Sommelier notes: Hint of spice, butter biscuit, crème caramel, pumpkin spice with…
A refreshing Riesling with natural acidity and a mineral edge. Caramel and apple on the palate enhanced by an excellent harmony of citrus fruits and natural sweetness. Serve chilled at 10°C. Pairs well with fruit or mild cheese, Asian food, cider-braised ham, salmon, tuna and pork.
Hillier Creek Estates have been making Gamay Nouveau for the past 5 years. We are one of few wineries in Ontario whom carry on this tradition. Shiny and purple in color, this successful combination of red berry boasts lightness, and freshness making for an easy drinking Gamay Noir.