L’Acadie Vineyard

Nova Scotia's First Certified Organic Winery

In 2004, one of Canada’s most experienced sparkling wine makers moved to Nova Scotia.  His mission; to start Nova Scotia’s first certified organic winery. L’Acadie doesn’t use pesticides, fungicides or chemical fertilizers on any of their vines. They have been using organic practices since they first started planting in 2005. In 2007, they became Nova Scotia’s first certified organic winery.

The L’Acadie vineyard and gift shop are simple and clean. Both the shop and the winery are run on geothermal energy. While they are well known for their award winning traditional method sparkling, they also have a line of still wines. They make all of their organic wines using 100% Nova Scotia grown grapes.

Year Opened: 2008 (established in 2004)

310 Slayter Rd
Wolfville, NS

Dates and Hours:
December – April: Closed
May – October:  Monday to Saturday 11 am – 5 pm,  Sunday 12 – 4 pm
Mid-October – December:  Saturdays and Sundays 12 – 4 pm

Samples Available? Yes

Tours Available? By Appointment Only

We Recommend: We celebrated our engagement with a bottle of L’Acadie sparkling, a pretty clear indication of how we feel about their wine. If you get a chance, definitely take a tour. Hearing about the passion and care that go into their grapes will make you enjoy your bubbly that much more.

Wine Line-Up:

Traditional Method Sparking Wine:
2007 Prestige Brut: $39.95
2008 Prestige Brut: $32.95
2009 Sparkling Rosé: $26.95
2010 Vintage Cuvée: $24.95
Organic Cider: $19.95

Still Wines:
2011 Passito
2013 Estate L’Acadie
2013 Star
2013 Rose.



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