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iceNiagara on the Lake Icewine Festival Tours:

Celebrate Niagara Ice Wine Festival – A Shimmer of Gold  – Poured Daily, Celebrated Annually with Niagara Airbus Driver Guided Tours.  Pricing includes Discovery Pass.

Choose your week –  January 15-17, 22-24,29-31 , 2016

Pickup and Drop off at any Niagara or Downtown Toronto Hotel.

Niagara on the Lake Tour pricing, from Niagara with DiscoveryPASS is $ 85.00 and without DiscoveryPASS is $ 45.00.

From Toronto with DiscoveryPASS is $130.00 and without DiscoveryPASS is $ 90.00

Start  your day off at the Niagara College Teaching Winery!

Time for you to be the Judge !  Tempt your taste buds with two delicious hor d’oeuvres pared with  the Delectable Dean’s List Savant and find out for yourself whether Icewine is best pared with Sweet or Savoury

Next…off to Chateau Des Charmes Winery

Imagine serving up Pork Belly Taco with apple onion slaw alongside their delicious  2014 Vidal Icewine.   A liquid Gold paring not to be missed

We then make our way to Ravine Vineyards

You will visit the Woodruff House for an exceptionally spiced paring. Enjoy Chef Ross Midgleys Homemade Spicy Chicken Meatball in a Mole’ sauce with Rossco’s Corn Bread, perfectly paired with the 2013  Vidal Ice Wine.

From here  you will have Fee time in Niagara on the Lake,   voted the prettiest Town in Canada! You can browse  or  shop in the boutiques or free time for lunch.

Finally end your day with  the 2014 Canadian Winery of the year for a taste of Peller’s award winning and world –renowned Cabernet Franc Ice Wine as you roast their famous Icewine Marshmallows over an open fire.

Niagara_Icewine_FestivalWe start our Niagara Ice Wine Tour at Twenty Valley:

Celebrate Niagara Ice Wine Festival – A Shimmer of Gold – Poured Daily, Celebrated Annually with Niagara Airbus Driver Wine Guides!  Your Tour includes your Discovery Pass! Pricing from Niagara is $85.00 + HST, from Toronto $130.00 + HST.

Without DiscoveryPass pricing from Niagara is $45.00 + HST, Toronto is $90.00 + HST.

Choose your WeekJanuary 15-17, 22-24, 29-31, 2016

Start off with 13TH Street Winery

Enjoy the picturesque winery  boutique as you savour this the amazing  13 Below Pulled Pork with Braised Apples, Pork Belly & Caramelized Onions along with 13 Below Zero Riesling or their drier June’s Vineyard Riesling.

Then off to Flat Rock Cellars

Here Chef will be cooking up  Maple, Cowberry, Winter-herb,  unbelievably tender Roasted Pork Belly, all topped with a delicious sweet scented parsnip puree and wine Caviar. Perfectly  pared with Flat Rock 2013 Late Harvest Gewurztraminer

Next is Malivoire Wine Company

Epicurean Delights with Riesling Ice Wine.  Experience braised  Pork Belly sliders with  quince butter, or vegetarian  option of a decadent Blue Cheese Cream Brule!

We then make our way to Redstone Winery

Bundle up and join in the fireside on the Terrace at Redstone to enjoy  a cup of Ice Wine- Inspired creations.  A Sweet and Savory pairing  of Cabernet Franc Icewine with a braised Venison and Dark Chocolate Chile – is sure to keep you warm.

Finish your day  with Free  time in the Quaint  Village of Jordan from to shop, browse or have lunch in the beautiful one of a kind boutiques.

wfol2The Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights transforms Niagara Falls, Ontario into stunning displays utilizing colours with millions of sparkling lights making up beautifully illuminated displays.  The Festival captures the magic of the holiday season from November 21, 2015 to January 31, 2016.

The Winter Festival of Lights began in 1983 and is proud to be Canada’s largest illumination festival and the premiere illumination festival in North America, attracting over 1 million visitors and hundreds of motor coaches annually.

The Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights transforms Niagara Falls into an array of breathtaking colour with millions of sparkling lights and animated scenic displays, located within the Niagara Parks Winter Wonderland and adjacent tourist districts.

Donations are gratefully accepted by Festival Ambassadors at the exit of Dufferin Islands (suggested contribution ($5 – $10 per car; $1 per coach bus passenger), proceeds collected are used to enhance the lights and displays.

Niagara_falls_parkway_04.07.2012_16-23-14The Niagara Parkway, formerly known as Niagara Boulevard and historically as the Niagara Road, is a scenic road in the province of Ontario that travels on the Canadian side of the Niagara River from the town of Fort Erie to Niagara-on-the-Lake.

The Niagara Boulevard was originally the section only from Fort Erie to Chippawa and the northern portion was referred to as the Niagara Parkway.

The Niagara Parkway is a two-lane minor arterial road with a 60 km/h speed limit for the majority of its length, although the section from Hiram Avenue to Upper Rapids Boulevard in Niagara Falls is a four lane divided road signed at 40 km/h .

East of the Mather Circle, the road becomes known as Niagara Parkway and proceeds north through downtown Fort Erie, beneath the International Railway Bridge.

Traffic is diverted west to cross the river at Portage Road, where it then resumes on the Niagara Parkway at Kings Bridge Park.

NFwineryfallAs the Niagara Wine Festival kicks off, marking its 64th year, efforts are being made to ensure the staple St. Catharines event stays fresh and entertaining.

This year’s festival will feature 29 wineries and 12 culinary vendors within Montebello Park, with a total 40 wineries included through the Discovery Pass Experiences program. Winery visits with the passes begin this Saturday, with festivities at the park kicking off the following weekend.

Prior to the Grande Parade, held Sept. 26, a pre-show filled will a variety of entertainers will get underway in front of St. Catharines city hall and at the corner of Ontario and St. Paul Streets. The pre-show will kick off at 9:30 a.m. followed by the parade at 11.

In addition to live entertainment and an abundance of wine to try, the festival includes a variety of wine seminars and a children’s area for families.

Montebello Park festival hours:

Friday, Sept. 18 and 25, 5 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 19 and 26, 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 20 and 27, noon to 8 p.m.

For a full schedule and more information, visit www.niagarawinefestival.com.

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