You Can Get Lost In A Hidden Lavender Garden At This Ontario Winery

If purple is your favourite colour, you might want to add this spot to your bucket list. North 42 Degrees Estate Winery & Bistro 42 has a hidden lavender farm that you can explore all summer long.

Located in the heart of Essex County, this adorable spot not only has tons of vino to enjoy, but it also has a beautiful garden that will transport you to somewhere a little more magical.

Start your visit by tasting some of their wine, both red and white. After that, you can make your way to the Serenity Lavender Farm.

You can stroll through the purple hues while enjoying the views and embracing the fragrance of all the flowers that are scattered across the property.

There is even an adorable black gazebo located amongst the fields that is perfect for your next photo-op.

The company also sells multiple lavender products that you can take home with you after your visit. Including lotions, bath products and even culinary products.

If you’re feeling hungry, the Essex Winery with a lavender farm also has a bistro that serves up lunch, dinner and brunch. During the summer, you can dine on their elevated patio while overlooking sprawling views.

Reservations for the restaurant are highly recommended and can be made on the company’s website.

Looking for more travel tips the next time you are in the region? You can check out Tipsy Theory’s latest ultimate guide to the best wineries in Essex that you need to visit at least once before 2023 comes to an end.

Or, you can read our article on the best restaurants in Windsor, with pizza, burgers and other comfort foods there is something for everyone on the menu to enjoy.

*Cover Photo Credits: hollylucier | Instagram & north42wines | Instagram

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