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I was BLOWN AWAY with almost all there wines, but the Cabernet Sauvignon was SPECTACULAR!!!
The passion and knowledge of the owners was infectious and just made the experience much more enjoyable...
All that I care about is the quality of product(s) and NOT the...More
This building both inside and out are very different. We really wanted to like it and we thought it was going to be a great stop. Unfortunately, we felt that we were not welcomed when we entered and the feeling only got worse when we...More
Highly recommended this lovely winery slightly off the beaten path. This Turkish family run winery delivered a fabulous sit down tasting with super knowledgeable staff happy to take the time to share knowledge with us.
Perfect way to begin a day touring.
Family run, we...More
Suggested by a fellow wine lover at M Cellars in Ohio’s Grand River Valley to try Icellars - so happy for that recommendation. Lovingly greeted by a furry friendly 4-legged team member. Although the wines were a little more than the typical Niagara vineyards, they...More
Absolutely superb wines, reds in particular (esp.Cab Franc, Shiraz, Cab Sauv). Family is from Turkey, one of the earliest wine-producing regions in the world. Lovely people who are really enjoying the winery experience - clearly a labour of love. Simba is a great greeter and...More
Be prepared to be greeted by Simba.
Very friendly mascot.
The tasting room is right next to the barrels.
The tables are very nicely laid out.
Bread sticks on the table for between wines.
The server is very friendly and the wine is very good....More
We just did a full tasting there yesterday with owner Adnan and were very impressed with him and his entire lineup. The tasting is a little pricey for Niagara at $30 to taste all the wines (similar to Stratus), but there is a generous $5...More
I've been to Icellars a few times and I always enjoy my experience. It's a small-batch winery and family-run. They have a winery dog named Simba who loves being petted by ALL visitors. He's basically part of the experience!
This time, there were 3 couples...More