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“An Angel Called Allison”

Waterside Farms Cottage Winery
Ranked #2 of 3 things to do in Waterside
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Reviewed April 1, 2013

We visited this spot last summer and were incredibly impressed with the kindness of the wine sommelier who helped us perfectly pair our planned meals with the wine available. I very much appreciated the free samples and being able to try them all until I was confident to purchase some of each! Thank you Allison you were an incredible angel on our road trip.

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Reviewed July 12, 2012

We visited the Waterside Winery on our way to Cape Enrage, and we're so glad we stopped when we saw the sign! We didn't realize it wasn't a vineyard, and none of us really enjoys fruit wines because we find them heavy and too sweet, but this place really is a hidden gem. We sampled all of their wines, rhubarb, cranberry, and three blueberries: dry, sweet, and semi-sweet. These wines are far more sophisticated than your typical farmer's market fruit wine, and we would recommend any of them. We bought a bottle of the rhubarb, which was light and tart, and wished we had picked up a dry blueberry as well, it would be perfect with summer barbecue food.
The winery also has a stunning view of the landscape and the bay of Fundy. We are looking forward to a return trip!

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Reviewed July 6, 2012

Cute little winery, more than willing to let you sample any or all of their wine. It is worth it, not a fan of fruit wines, we left wi three bottles.... We will make the short trip back for more.

Great summer sipping wine!

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Reviewed February 11, 2012

enjoyed the little winery visit here and came back with several bottles of delicious fruit wine

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Reviewed September 15, 2010

We stopped in to Waterside Winery after a day of Hopewell Rocks and Cape Enrage. We spotted the classic grapes winery signage and decided to continue on from Cape Enrage to find the winery, and we were glad we did. Linda was very friendly and we had a great chat with her about the wine, surrounding areas and of course Hurricane Earl that had blown through the day before. I sampled the sweet blueberry wine and the rhubarb wine and after that I knew I had to have a bottle of each for my Maritime Wine Collection. Linda also suggested we stop in Alma for a bowl of the seafood chowder at the Harbor restaurant and we cannot thank her enough for this suggestion, it was incredible. I highly recommend you stop in and see this winery and sample their wines, I'm sure you will come away with a bottle (or two) of your own....

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