Holland Marsh Wineries

Wynne chats with supporters

by Miriam King, thebarrieexaminer.com November 3rd, 2013 An estimated 200 people sent in their RSVPs for an opportunity to meet Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne at a reception, Friday, hosted by the York-Simcoe Provincial Liberal Association at the Holland Marsh Winery in King Township. The event attracted not only Liberal supporters, but local politicians of all stripes, as well […]

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Holland Marsh wine is truly one of a kind

By Mark Pavilons July 3, 2013 “Wine is bottled poetry.” Robert Louis Stevenson Wine-lovers have a lot to choose from these days. But you won’t find a unique King Township blend anywhere but on the edge of the Holland Marsh. Even for the owners of Holland Marsh Wineries, it’s hard to describe their hand-crafted varieties, blessed by […]

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Local businesses given praise at annual plaque presentation

King Mayor Steve Pellegrini, councillors and staff lauded the efforts of several local businesses recently, during the 2012 Spotlight on Business plaque presentations. The King Township Spotlight on Business profiles are presented to local businesses in appreciation of their contribution to a Prosperous and Sustainable Community. They are a feature and are aligned with King’s […]

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A win for wine, in the Holland Marsh

By Miriam King, QMI Agency Thursday, February 21, 2013 An important announcement for Canada’s wine industry was made at the local Holland Marsh Winery. Under existing legislation, small Canadian wineries, like the Holland Marsh Winery in King Twp., have been able to sell their wines directly into Asia – but not to the rest of Canada. […]

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Craftsmanship key to York winery

If, as novelist Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-94) once quipped, wine is bottled poetry, the Nersisyan family of King Township is authoring a collection of classics. Penning the tale is Roland Nersisyan, 48, a lifelong vintner whose Armenian ancestors have grown grapes and produced wines on tracts of fertile homeland for millennia. Arriving in Canada in […]

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