Winewriter David Lawrason of Toronto Life had this to say about Rosehall Run owner/viticulturalist and winemaker: "Dan Sullivan is as adept at fixing a pump motor as he is at describing the nectarine aroma in the chardonnays grown in his Prince Edward County vineyard. A five-minute conversation might also touch on marketing, cooling systems, raising teenagers and politics."
As a leader in Prince Edward County's wine region, Dan works with both local and international chefs, restaurateurs and fellow winemakers to raise the profile of Ontario's thriving local food and wine community. Dan is a member of the Wine Council of Ontario Board of Directors, a member of the Advisory Committee for the Algonquin College Sommelier Certificate Program in Ottawa and a Certified Judge with the Wine Judges of Canada.
The wines he produces at Rosehall Run are a reflection of Dan's dedication to the vineyard. He maintains a hands-on approach to managing the vineyard staff, monitoring the weather and its effects, and using gentle, environmentally sound grape farming techniques that extract the optimum from the unique Prince Edward County terroir. As a result, Dan has been acknowledged as being one of the best grape growers and winemakers in Ontario.
Lynn Sullivan is a Managing Partner of Prince Edward County's Rosehall Run. Together with her partner, winemaker and viticulturalist Dan Sullivan, Lynn oversees all of the administrative functions of the Vineyard/Winery, Tasting Bar and Greer Road Grocer.
With a background in the arts and small business management, Lynn is thrilled to be able to employ her entrepreneurial experience and PR training in this brand new wine region of Canada. And, through Rosehall Run's support of the Festival Players of Prince Edward County, she continues to demonstrate her support and enthusiasm for the Arts. Lynn is currently the Chair of the Festival Players Board of Directors.
Lynn is an active participant in the Prince Edward County wine and culinary tourism community, as a former CEO of Taste the County and as past chair of the Prince Edward County Winegrowers Association. Currently she serves on the Prince Edward County Community and Economic Development Commission.
Cam and Cindy Reston
Cam and Cindy's unwavering faith in Dan's winemaking talents and Lynn and Dan's management of Rosehall Run has sustained us since our inception in 2001. Cam (JCR) continues to lend support and expertise during the successful growth and development of the Vineyard/Winery. Cindy Zwicker Reston, Lynn's sister, has been an enthusiastic champion of the family winery, while continuing her career as an education professional in Toronto.
J.J. is a hospitality professional with an expertise in wine and culinary and a keen passion for our local food producers as demonstrated in the offerings she curates for the Greer Road Grocer. Prior to joining Rosehall Run, J.J. worked with famed Chef Michael Potters at Harvest Restaurant in Picton. JJ ensures that every guest to the Rosehall Run Tasting Bar and Greer Road Grocer has an enhanced experience. Her restaurant and catering background is integral to Rosehall Run's relationship with our County culinary partners and restaurant owners across the province.
Born and raised in Prince Edward County, Kerri began her winemaking career at age 16. After graduating from Niagara College's Wine and Viticulture technician program, Kerri spent the next 5 years honing her craft at wineries in Niagara, New Zealand, California and Australia. Returning to the County in 2014, she joined the team at Rosehall Run. "The international experiences led me to learn a lot about growing and making wines in cool climates; the unique sense of place and the character of the wines drew me back home to the County that I always adored!"
Trevor found his home at Rosehall Run where his enthusiasm for wine education and Prince Edward County can be found in the Tasting Room, Winery and all over the province as an enthusiastic ambassador. While working as an executive in the music business in Toronto, Trevor developed a keen interest and passion in wine and became an avid fan of Ontario wines. He discovered Prince Edward County and made many weekend trips. Trevor attained his Sommelier certification and in 2012, he and his family made the permanent move to The County including planting a small vineyard of his own.