The winery opened in 2002 with the goal of producing Niagara’s finest wines. Since then, they have won numerous awards. They continue to produce excellent wines and provide friendly, knowledgeable service. The estate property was purchased in 1995. The first grapes were planted in 1996, and were ready to be harvested in 1999. The first vintage was 2000 and yielded a very small production of only three wines. They now produce 35,000 cases annually.
The “mission” style building was designed to commemorate the Congregation of Christian Sisters who once owned the property. Look for the distinct gables and the tower – elements typical in a mission-style building. They have 190 acres, 168 of which are on the Beamsville Bench.