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Enjoy the experience of Niagara's Premium Ice Wines.
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    Amazing Tasting Wines

    Ice Wines & Fruit Ice Ciders

    We at Atlantis Niagara Winery pride ourselves
    on making the finest Wines and Ice Wines.

    We put our Heart and Soul into it.

    Offer customers fair pricing.

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    Come enjoy our new store

    Take in the entertainment and the unique wine tasting experience.
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    it’s a FUN time

    Learn about our wines from our staff

    There is so much to learn about the Niagara Winery area and heritage.
    So come and enjoy your history lesson and enjoy the wine tasting also.

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    Red Wines

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    White Wines

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    Ice Wines & Fruit Ice Ciders

Welcome to Atlantis Niagara Winery

Covid-19 Update: We are NOW OPEN.
Being responsible and using a mask and social distancing.

Online orders still available.

I Just want to purchase How is wine made
Harvesting
Harvesting is the first step in the wine making process and an important part of ensuring delicious wine. Grapes are the only fruit that have the necessary acids, esters, and tannins to consistently make natural and stable wine. Tannins are textural elements that make the wine dry and add bitterness and astringency to the wine. Many wine makers prefer to harvest by hand because mechanical harvesting can be tough on the grapes and the vineyard.
Crushing & Pressing
After the grapes are sorted, they are ready to be de-stemmed and crushed. For many years, men and women did this manually by stomping the grapes with their feet. For white wine, the wine maker will quickly crush and press the grapes in order to separate the juice from the skins, seeds, and solids. This is to prevent unwanted color and tannins from leaching into the wine. Red wine, on the other hand, is left in contact with the skins to acquire flavor, color, and additional tannins.
Fermentation & Clarification
After crushing and pressing, fermentation comes into play. Must (or juice) can begin fermenting naturally within 6-12 hours when aided with wild yeasts in the air. Once fermentation is complete, clarification begins. Clarification is the process in which solids such as dead yeast cells, tannins, and proteins are removed. Wine is transferred or “racked” into a different vessel such as an oak barrel or a stainless steel tank. Wine can then be clarified through fining or filtration.
Aging & Bottling
Aging and bottling is the final stage of the wine making process. A wine maker has two options: bottle the wine right away or give the wine additional aging. Further aging can be done in the bottles, stainless steel tanks, or oak barrels. Aging the wine in oak barrels will produce a smoother, rounder, and more vanilla flavored wine. It also increases wine’s exposure to oxygen while it ages, which decreases tannin and helps the wine reach its optimal fruitiness. Steel tanks are commonly used for zesty white wines.
Niagara Wine history
The Reason our wines are so full of flavour

Glacial Lake Iroquois was a prehistoric proglacial lake that existed at the end of the last ice age approximately 13,000 years ago. The lake was essentially an enlargement of the present Lake Ontario that formed because the St. Lawrence River downstream from the lake was blocked by the ice sheet near the present Thousand Islands. The level of the lake was approximately 30 m (~100 ft) above the present level of Lake Ontario.

The lake drained to the southeast, through a channel passing near present day Rome, New York. The Rome Sand Plains has several sand ridges that geologists think were formed at this time. The channel then followed the valley of the Mohawk River to the Hudson River.

The lake was fed by Early Lake Erie, as well as Glacial Lake Algonquin, an early partial manifestation of Lake Huron, that drained directly to Lake Iroquois across southern Ontario, along the southern edge of the ice sheet, bypassing Early Lake Erie.

The subsequent melting of the ice dam resulted in a sudden lowering of the lake to its present level, a potential trigger for the Younger Dryas episode.

Kocsis family history
Photo Gallery
Enjoy some quality photos of our product, store and entertainment.

The New Winery Store

A view from the QEW highway

The New Winery Store

Large Bus Tours by appointment

The New Winery Store

A view of the new bar

The New Winery Store

Atlantis Niagara in the evening

Harvest Host Destination

Free overnight camping for members

Live Entertainment

Andrew McTaggart and Brian Melo Sound Check Video

Live Entertainment

Andrew MacTaggart and Suzie McNeil coming soon

Our Crushing Facility

The birth of Big Sexy

Live Entertainment

Enjoy our Jazz Bands on weekends

Live Entertainment

Vineyard Helicopter Tours coming in 2020

Live Entertainment

Bridal groups welcome

Live Entertainment

Go Fast Boat Tours coming in 2020

Live Entertainment

Exotic Car Winery Tours coming in 2020

Live Entertainment

Segway Vinyard Tours coming in 2020

Our Products

Here is a quick look at our line up

Our Products

Ultra Premium Icewines

Our Products

Check out our NEW Candy Apple Ice Cider

Our Products

A small selection of our 28 wines

Fun For All Ages

Kira Isabella and Ben Knechtel, producer ”Call me Maybe”

Our Vineyards

Our grapes growing

Our Wineyards

Icewine ready for harvest

Our Crushing Facility

Freshly pressed Icewine juice

Our Crushing Facility

Pouring the grapes into the basket press

Our Crushing Facility

Assistant wine maker checking quality and taste

Our Crushing Facility

Frozen peaches about to be pressed for cider

products & packages
Here you will find our fine selection of Red, White, Icewines and Fruit Ice Ciders.
Along with our specialty packages available to purchase.
Half Case = 6 Bottles and Full Case = 12 Bottles

Contact us directly for mixed orders of 6 bottle or more - sales@atlantisniagara.com

We can not ship internationally or to the USA
Late Harvest Wines

Sassafrazz

$40

per bottle


  1. 2012 Vidal
    Winter Harvest
  2. Alchol Level:13.1%
  3. Size:750ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Razzamatazz

$40

per bottle


  1. 2012 Cabernet Franc
    Winter Harvest
  2. Alchol Level:12.8%
  3. Size:750ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Gewurztraminer

$80

per bottle


  1. 2012
    Winter Harvest
  2. Alchol Level:13.6%
  3. Bottle:750ml
  4. Case Price:$960
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Cabernet Sauvignon

$100

per bottle


  1. 2013
    Winter Harvest
  2. Alchol Level:12.5%
  3. Size:750ml
  4. Case Price:$1200
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Chardonnay

$40

per bottle


  1. 2013
    Winter Harvest
  2. Alchol Level:13.5%
  3. Size:375ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Sauvignon Blanc

$40

per bottle


  1. 2013
    Winter Harvest
  2. Alchol Level:10.2%
  3. Size:375ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Riesling

$40

per bottle


  1. 2013
    Winter Harvest
  2. Alchol Level:12.6%
  3. Bottle:375ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Gewurztraminer

$40

per bottle


  1. 2013
    Winter Harvest
  2. Alchol Level:10.2%
  3. Size:375ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Merlot

$40

per bottle


  1. 2013
    Winter Harvest
  2. Alchol Level:12%
  3. Size:375ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Cabernet Franc

$40

per bottle


  1. 2013
    Winter Harvest
  2. Alchol Level:12.6%
  3. Size:375ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Annunaki

$40

per bottle


  1. 2013 Reisling Vidal
    Winter Harvest
  2. Alchol Level:
  3. Bottle:375ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Angelo Rossi

$1200

per bottle


  1. 2011 Cabernet Franc
    Winter Wine
  2. Alchol Level:15%
  3. Size:750ml
  4. Case Price:$14,400
  5. Description:One of a kind wine - Collectors Item



Icewines

Red Ice

$125

per bottle


  1. 2010 Cabernet
    Franc Icewine
  2. Alchol Level:11.7%
  3. Size:375ml
  4. Case Price:$1,500
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Atlantis Niagara

$125

per bottle


  1. 2012 Cabernet
    Sauvignon Icewine
  2. Alchol Level:12.7%
  3. Size:375ml
  4. Case Price:$1,500
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Gewurztraminer

$40

per bottle


  1. 2013
    Icewine
  2. Alchol Level:13.6%
  3. Size:200ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Vidal

$50

per bottle


  1. 2014
    Icewine
  2. Alchol Level:9.8%
  3. Bottle:200ml
  4. Case Price:$600
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Gewurztrminer Reserve

$60

per bottle


  1. 2013
    Icewine
  2. Alchol Level:11.9%
  3. Size:200ml
  4. Case Price:$720
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Riesling

$60

per bottle


  1. 2013
    Icewine
  2. Alchol Level:9.7%
  3. Size:200ml
  4. Case Price:$720
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Chardonnay

$100

per bottle


  1. 2013
    Icewine
  2. Alchol Level:12.5%
  3. Size:200ml
  4. Case Price:$1,200
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Sauvignon Blanc

$100

per bottle


  1. 2013
    Icewine
  2. Alchol Level:13.9%
  3. Bottle:200ml
  4. Case Price:$1,200
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Merlot

$100

per bottle


  1. 203
    Icewine
  2. Alchol Level:10.5%
  3. Size:200ml
  4. Case Price:$1,200
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Fruit Ice Ciders

Afterglow

$40

per bottle


  1. 2015 Premium
    Apple Ice Cider
  2. Alchol Level:12.2%
  3. Bottle:375ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Candy Apple

$40

per bottle


  1. 2015 Premium
    Apple Ice Cider
  2. Alchol Level:10.7%
  3. Bottle:200ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Perfect Pear

$40

per bottle


  1. 2017 Premium
    Pear Ice Cider
  2. Alchol Level:10.9%
  3. Bottle:200ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Peach Perfect

$40

per bottle


  1. 2017 Premium
    Peach Ice Cider
  2. Alchol Level:9.7%
  3. Bottle:200ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Naturally Fermented on skins.



Plum Crazy

$40

per bottle


  1. 2017 Premium
    Plum,Peach,Pear Cider
  2. Alchol Level:9%
  3. Bottle:200ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Dry and Tart.



Big Sexy

$40

per bottle


  1. 2017 Premium
    Strawberry Ice Cider
  2. Alchol Level:13%
  3. Bottle:200ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Dry and Tart.



Mother Pucker

$40

per bottle


  1. 2017 Premium
    Plum Ice Cider
  2. Alchol Level:8%
  3. Bottle:375ml
  4. Case Price:$480
  5. Description:Crazy Tart.



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