Sep 29, 2020

Adamo Estate Winery Review - Hockley Valley Resort

When a Golf Resort also boasts a winery it immediately puts a smile my face because not only to I love golfing in different locales I love checking out local breweries, distilleries and yes wineries. A short drive uphill from Hockley Valley Resort will land you at the beautiful Adamo Estate Winery.

From their fact sheet:


Adamo Estate Winery is a small-batch boutique winery with 23,000 vines, focusing on organic and biodynamic practices. Starting with the best fruit from the estate, and from some of the top growers in Ontario, the fruit speaks for itself and the terroir-driven wines.

Needless to say we pulled ourselves away from the golf course to taste some Adamo wine.

We were thrilled with the various wines Adamo had to offer for flights and we all enjoyed tasting the many varieties of both white and red. We all had our favourites and those can be purchase in Adamo's extensive and cozy wine boutique. They also have sparkling and rose wines.

The food pairings including the Mista Board (selction of 2 cheeses, 2 cured meats, estate sourced preserves & pickles, estate made honey, crostini) were a hug hit and paired perfectly with the wines we had chosen. 

Melanie our server was awesome she was knowledgeable, friendly and helpful with our various questions and of course she was nice enough to take our picture.

The price for a flight of wines(2) was very reasonable depending on what series you were tasting from; bottles vary from $13 and up. If you want to see the Fall menu check it here for further prices.

The vineyard sits on top of a majestic hill with a view remnant of some of the more famous vineyards in sunny California. The Fall colours were just starting and the view became so relaxing it was hard to get up and make our evening dinner reservations at the Cabin.

I've been to many wineries but Adamo stands out do to it's relaxing atmosphere which includes the spectacular views as well as the great customer service. It was also easy to social distance there in part because they've done a great job using the extensive space and layout of the building. They also have a great variety of wines; something for everyone!

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