Our Mission

At Casa-Dea Estates Winery, we are dedicated to producing premium estates wines from the heart of Prince Edward County.

The Winery

We are located just off the historic Loyalist Parkway (Highway 33) on Greer Road, 9km West of Wellington in Prince Edward County. While we were the first winery on Greer Road we share the destination with two other recognized wineries – Norman Hardie Vineyard & Winery and Rosehall Run Vineyards. Some refer to us 'The Three on Greer'.  If you are coming to 'The County' from Toronto, we are the first cluster of wineries that you will come across on your way in so be sure to stop in and start your wine tour with three of the best 'The County' has to offer.

Our Founder

Domenic Di Pietrantonio grew up in the small village of Lettomanoppello located in the Abruzzi area of Italy. At an early age, Domenic left home to study with the monks and as he entered the priesthood, he was assigned to the wine cellar room at the monastery. The experience stayed with him and he fell in love with the true art of wine making— this underlying passion is why Casa-Dea Estates Winery exist today.

After immigrating to Canada in the 1950's Domenic found great success in the manufacturing industry but his passion to make great wine was still unfulfilled. It was this passion that took him back to Italy years later to study the art of winemaking (oenology/viticulture). Upon his return to Canada he started planting a vineyard on Cold Creek Road in Prince Edward County, which is still one of our production vineyards. In 2009, Domenic purchased a second vineyard and it's winery which is now Casa-Dea Estates Winery.

Inspired by Romance

Every business name has a story.

People often ask, "Why is the winery called Casa-Dea?". The answer is quite simple, romance. You see, 'Casa' translates to home in Italian and Dea means 'Goddess'. Dea also happens to be the name of Domenic's wife of 59 years. Casa-Dea translated: Home of the Goddess. The winery was named as a tribute to Domenic's wife. This story of romance is represented by the Goddess symbol on all of our products.

The 'coat-of-arms' that you see is our corporate-mark and also happens to represents Domenic's hometown village of Lettomanoppello in Italy. He received written permission from the village to use this emblem to pay tribute to his heritage and roots.

Wine is Our Business

  • Domenic Di Pietrantonio


    Domenic found his passion for wine early in life and as the founder of Casa-Dea Estates Winery he continues to visit the winery almost daily. He is an astute businessman who likes to keep his finger on the pulse of the winery. Many days, he can be found in the vineyard checking out the progress of the grapes. An observant and thoughtful man, he studied the classics and has a great appreciation for history and literature.

  • Danielle Slade

    Banquet Coordinator

    Danielle is the banquet hall coordinator at Casa-Dea Winery. She would be happy to meet with you to discuss your desired event. She will provide you information about the services Casa-Dea has to offer and help you make the appropreiate decisions based on the estimate size of your event.

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  • Scott Vader

    Sales Manager

    Scott is a proud champion of Ontario wines with over 15 years experience in wine sales representing Ontario VQA wineries both in Prince Edward County and the Niagara Region.   Scott grew up on a farm in Prince Edward County and has lived in the County for 30 years.  He is excited to join the Casa Dea Estates team as Sales Manager.  Scott’s role will be to drive licensee and LCBO sales of Casa Dea wines throughout Ontario. 

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  • Kalvin Holland


    Kelvin oversee the entire winemaking process from grape to bottle at Casa-Dea Winery. He believes winemaking needs to be intuitive and perceptive in order to understand the terroir and bring out its maximum potential so that the wines have its own personality.

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