Toast the New Year at the Niagara Ice Wine Festival
Start 2013 with a delicious taste adventure, such as the Niagara Ice Wine Festival
. It’s just one of the many Niagara experiences that is all about pleasing your taste buds. If you haven’t been before, this annual event brings together the extraordinary tastes of Niagara’s finest wineries and gourmet Niagara cuisine. This spectacular outdoor winter experience runs from January 11th – 27th.
If you are a food and wine adorer, then the Discovery Pass is your ticket to paradise. The cost is only $40 and it’s your ‘taste bud’ ticket to eight wineries. They also haven’t forgotten about the designated drivers. The Driver’s Discovery Pass is $30 and features delicious mocktail concoctions and cuisine pairings.
The pass is good for January 12th, 13th, 19th, 20th, 26th and 27th.
See why others continue to come back year after year.
For those looking for an unforgettable evening out, don’t miss the Xerox Ice Wine Gala
, The Ice Queen’s Ball. It’s Canada’s largest tasting of Internationally acclaimed VQA Ice Wine & Table wines combined with some of the finest Niagara cuisine prepared by Fallsview Casino’s top chefs as well as outstanding entertainment and an incredible silent auction. This is definitely an evening to remember. Tickets are $175.00 each.
And while you are visiting Niagara-on-the-Lake and Twenty Valley, why not make a stop at the natural wonder, Niagara Falls and extend your stay. The Niagara Falls Courtyard by Marriott
has some wonder-ful Niagara Falls hotel deals.
Niagara is very much alive in the Winter months and this is just one of the many Niagara events happening this season.