Niagara Grape and Wine Festivals 2017

Niagara Grape and Wine Festivals 2017
Niagara Region
  8 Church St., Ste 100 , St. Catharines , Ontario , L2R 3B3
 905-688-0212

Description

Join us in the Niagara Region for three amazing Festivals for dozens of spectacular wines and tours!

Discover the newest vintages, Niagara Homegrown Wine Festival, June 17-18, 2017. Sample new wines and hear the fascinating new stories behind them. Enjoy the stories that these wines have to tell with a Discovery Pass, travel the Discovery Pass route and taste culinary creations paired with the newest vintages from the Niagara Region. The Annual TD Tailgate Party boasts a casual and inviting setting for you to sample the bounty from our backyard.

Celebrate the harvest at the Niagara Grape & Wine Festival, September 8-24, 2017. Throughout these three weekends in September, we invite you to try Niagara wine with a Discovery Pass, this passport program allows you to sample wines from Twenty Valley and Niagara-on-the-Lake paired with local, culinary creations. Also visit Montebello Park in Downtown St. Catharines for free live entertainment and all of the excitement from the wineries pouring tastings in the park. The Niagara Grape & Wine Festival also hosts two annual parades in September, the Pied Piper Parade and the 66th Annual Meridian Grande Parade, as well as other family activities and the 19+ VIP Harvest Lounge.

Indulge in a bit of heaven at the Niagara Icewine Festival hosted in the Niagara Region January 12-28, 2018. The 23rd Annual Niagara Icewine Festival is a uniquely Canadian winter experience for all. At this annual celebration of Canada's most cherished product, Icewine, you can enjoy three weekends of events and tastings like never before in all over the Niagara Region. Excite your palette and join us for an unforgettable weekends of sensory wonderment. All topped off with an Icewine Gala!

We will offer a $5.00 off Discovery Passes until December 1st, 2017. PROMO CODE- SFG17

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  • Hours of Operation : Please check our website for hours
  • Wheelchair Accessible : No

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