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The War of 1812 Unearthed on Our Land

A visit to the vineyard pairs perfectly with local Niagara history – with an abundance of interesting facts and relics connected to the War of 1812.


  • The War of 1812

    The War of 1812 was a series of seminal battles that shaped the Canada we now know today. Despite its name, the war actually lasted almost 3 years, with clashes stretching from Montreal all the way to New Orleans.
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  • Relics on Palantine Hills Land

    Rows of marching soldiers where rows of vines now grow is difficult to imagine in Niagara-on-the-Lake today, but over the years, Palatine Hills has learned a great deal about the significance that their vineyard’s property played in the War of 1812.
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  • The Battle of Queenston Heights

    Outnumbered, and suffering the loss of their Commander early in the battle, the British forces and their Haudenosaunee allies managed to stave off an American invasion of Niagara in the Battle of Queenston Heights.
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  • The Battle of Fort George

    Looking for a strategic stronghold in the region, the American Army shelled and destroyed all of the wooden buildings at Fort George on May 27, 1813.
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  • Bicentennial Events

    The Bicentennial Celebration of the War of 1812 fascinated both locals and visitors to Niagara with the scope of it's impact on the history of our country.
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