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Find the perfect VQA Ontario wine match for your next event

The world of wine can seem like an intimidating one, but you don't need to be a master sommelier to enjoy a few glasses or to find the best pairing for your next meal or occasion — especially when we've got a world-class wine region right in our own backyard.

With hundreds of diverse options, VQA Wines of Ontario are perfect for holiday dinners, family get-togethers and parties that are coming up in the chillier months.

Whether you have a tried-and-true wine preference or are looking for a new flavour experience, the VQA Matchmaker online tool can help you find a delicious match for any event, big or small. It also makes it a breeze to order direct from VQA wineries.

The VQA Matchmaker tool has so many convenient features - search for your favourite wine style, whether red, white, sparkling, or rosé. You can also discover flavour profiles, compare styles, and share your picks with friends.

For even more choices, shop by price, size, region and awards won, easily. Then, find out where to purchase your selections, either directly from the winery, or through your local LCBO.

All VQA wines are crafted in this great province using 100 per cent Ontario-grown grapes, and there are hundreds of local options to try right here at home.

So here's to adventure! Don't forget to bring VQA Wines of Ontario as a special guest to your next gathering.

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