Calling all sweet tooths! The Icewine Festival in Niagara is back and you can tour multiple wineries while sipping on liquid gold and chowing down on yummy treats.
This year, the annual festival will take place over three weekends in January (From the 13th until the 29th). During this time, you’ll be able to pick up your winter wonderland passport, where you can hit up to six different vineyards in one weekend.
With over 30 wineries participating in the event, you’ll be able to find the perfect pairings for your palette.
Some notable wineries that are participating include 13th Street, where you can sample some icewine poutine, which will be paired with their 2019 Riesling Reserve Icewine.
Creekside will transport you to southern Italy with their ricotta stuffed tortellini with spicy Calabrian chili oil. This one will be paired with a 2015 Vidal Icewine.
Other spots are offering curry, deep fried ice cream, BBQ pork belly mac n cheese and more!
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Tickets are on sale on the Niagara Icewine Festival website and are $49 per person. Each pass includes six icewine and culinary experiences across Niagara.
The weekends available are January 13-15, January 20-22 and January 27-29.
This isn’t the only event to hit up during the festival. There will also be an icewine gala at Niagara’s power station which will be filled with food, music and dancing.
Niagara-on-the-Lake will also transform into a wintry wonderland throughout the festival.
Looking for more to do the next time you are in the area? You can check out Tipsy Theory’s latest ultimate guide to the best things to do in Niagara this winter.
Whether you’re looking to have dinner inside a twinkling igloo or visit Canada’s largest free outdoor light festival, there is something for everyone to do this season.