History in our roots
The first vines in Nova Scotia were planted along the shores of Bear River in 1611 by French settlers. They recognized the warm and sheltered microclimate unique to Bear River was ideal for grapes. Almost four centuries later the original founder of our vineyard recognized that was still the case and planted vinifera not previously grown in Nova Scotia such as Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Gamay. Today our small vineyard is a mix of these tender varietals growing alongside other vinifera and hardier hybrids.
Growth in our future
Darren Carey & Su Wong
Becoming the owners of Bear River Vineyards is a privilege, and we are honoured that we have been entrusted with its care.
Our Winery and Shop
133 Chute Road
Bear River, Nova Scotia, Canada
Open daily: 11am - 6pm
May long weekend until Thanksgiving