Inniskillin is one of the largest Niagara wineries, producing about 150,000 cases a year, and with that size, it’s a venue that has something to offer a variety of tastes, from wine and food to architecture. The winery has a sophisticated tasting area; the Founders’ Hall includes a demonstration kitchen where you can learn about wine and food pairings firsthand. The interior is rustic but sleek, with a glass facade, high beams, and a large open space with various tasting stations. Architecture buffs may appreciate the influences of Frank Lloyd Wright and J. D. Larkin in the winery’s buildings. During the summer months, visitors can enjoy “‘small plate”’ dining, from dishes like fresh cauliflower soup with Niagara Gold cheese and cold-pressed canola oil drizzle, to a flatbread pizza with charcuterie, arugula, white truffle oil, and goat cheese. Guided tours are offered daily between May and October until 4:30pm and until 2:30pm in the winter and include two tasting samples of table wines and one of icewine. The winery has a well-stocked wine boutique housed in the barn, with gifts and accessories.