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Cave Spring Cellars Winery Building

Built in 1871, this long rambling building, with its handmade cement blocks, was originally built to house the Jordan Vinegar Works.  Established by Clark Snure and his son Eldridge, it advertised "Jams, Jellies, Evaporated Fruits, Cider and Pure Cider Vinegar".  Snure also shipped barrels of dried apples throughout Ontario and overseas to England.  Stories abound of children attending the nearby stone schoolhouse, slipping away at recess for a sip of freshly pressed cider!

Archibald Haines, along with William Aiken of Dunnville, recognized the potential of local grapes and in the 1920s used the building to house Jordan Wines. The winery was taken over in 1964 by the Danforth Winery Company controlled by Seagram. The company later closed, and the building was purchased by Len Pennachetti, who launched Cave Spring Cellars and remodeled the entire complex into elegant, unique shops and boutiques.

Hours of Operation

Shops in the building subject to their own hours. Jordan Historical Museum Of The Twenty for historical information May - August   Tuesday - Sunday  10:00 am - 5:00 pm September May  Monday Friday    8:30 am - 4:30 pm Saturdays 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm (as volunteers are available)


QEW exit 57 Vineland (Victoria Avenue) South on Victoria Avenue towards Niagara Escarpent, away from lake Left (east) on Regional Road 81 or King Street, through the valley Left (north) on Main Street at the Jordan House Main parking-lot down the street on your right, across from the building

Adjacent Land Uses

Jordan Village Main Steet, shops, cafes, accomodation and museum.

Ownership & Management

Len Pennachetti


Cave Spring Cellars Winery Building
3836 Main Street
Jordan, Ontario
L0R 1S0 Municipality Town of Lincoln


(905) 562-5242

GPS Co-ordinates

Latitude 43.14946
Longitude -79.36987


Jordan Historical Museum Of The Twenty
3802 Main Street
Jordan, Ontario
L0R 1S0
Tel  (905) 562-5242
Email museum@lincoln.ca

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