What Is It? Nova Scotia’s wine is becoming an increasingly popular draw for visitors.
Why Do It? Beyond its rugged, ocean-battered coastline, the province’s wine offerings are said to even rival that of Champagne, France, despite winemakers having to battle rather challenging conditions, like the rocky, acidic soil and cool temperatures to produce their award-winning white and sparkling wines.
Good to Know: You can wander alluring country lanes that snake through lush valleys, popping into one of the many wineries for a tasting, tour, and often, a whole lot more, with over 70 grape growers across the province including on Cape Breton, in the Annapolis and Gaspereau valleys, Marble Mountain and beyond.