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Just loved this little place it has history and the name of the winery has the history of the area along with the wine...really nice the owners are wonderful. Has lovely views.. it is a very small winery but just so simple and so sweet....More
This is a bit hidden and seems like you are driving up someone's driveway..but worth it. Staff is nice and informative but not over bearing. Great selection of wines you can tell they are passionate about what they do. Try the pinot gris...its great!
I've driven past Organized Crime for months now and the sign has always said "closed". Fortunately I drove past on a day where it was open and went in the tasting. There's nothing overwhelming about the tasting room, but that's beside the point. I was...More
I have to say I am very disappointed with this winery. I live out of town now but my hometown is Winona and I really wanted to check out some wineries prior to leaving that day. We did her rumors of the wife kicking people...More
I'm not sure that I've been to a winery and the person serving is not interested in us being there. There was no dialogue about the wines, the area or anything. We only tried two wines, which were okay, but I had lost interest before...More
While driving to Niagara, we saw the Organized Crime Winery sign, so needed to visit. With 200 wineries in Niagara, advertising must be key to attracting people
Small family run winery, with a great story! Organic and uses all their own grapes. Bought a few...More
We stop at Organized Crime each time we're in the Niagara region - specifically to buy a case of their Pinot Gris. The 2015 version is the best I've had - and all other vintages that I've tried have been great.
It's a pinkish colour...More
We arrived from having travelled from Toronto and I needed a washroom break very badly. I was told I needed to be escorted as there was a very large dog. We weren't exactly dressed to the nines but we treated as though we didn't matter...More