Located in Ontario’s renowned Niagara Peninsula we utilize our strong terroir to attain an exceptional elegance
in our wines. We are dedicated to a select, limited number of varieties that we have identified as perfectly adaptable
to the region’s soils and microclimate. These varietals are Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Chardonnay.
Lieutenant Governor Award
Pinot Noir Tradition, 2011 won the Lieutenant Governor Award in 2014. A feat for any young winery to achieve. Domaine Queylus was on of 10 winners from a selection of 300 wines.
Red Wine of the year
Pinot Noir Grande Reserve 2011
Rick Van Sickle
Wines in Niagara
Another big win
Proud to announce that our Pinot Noir ‘Grande Réserve’ 2011 was given a score of 94 points by Tony Aspler. Hailed as one of the best Pinot Noir’s Niagara has to offer.
Head Winemaker and Manager
Canada’s 2009 “Winemaker of the Year”, Thomas left his position as winemaker with Le Clos Jordanne to become a consultant, as well as winemaker and Manager of Domaine Queylus. Wine lovers will recognize Thomas’ elegant European signature style. As the régisseur Manager, Thomas is responsible for all of the Domaine’s wine decisions.
Our vineyards consist of 40 acres or 16 hectares, spread over three appellations: Lincoln Lakeshore, Beamsville; Twenty Mile Bench, Jordan; and Vinemount Ridge, St Ann’s.
The vines are grown organically in order to respect the terroir and to protect the fragile soils of the region for generations to come. Neither synthetic herbicides nor pesticides are used. In addition, all the vineyards are equipped with nets to prevent potential disease caused by birds.