It’s estimated that around three quarters of the world’s icewine production occurs in Ontario. There are few places in the world where the climate is right to produce quality icewine, but the Niagara Peninsula is a particular wine-producing region that has made the production of wine from frozen grapes into a speciality.
The idea of ‘best’ locations can be a matter of some conjecture, but luckily areas such as Niagara Falls offer so much variety for top-tier photo opportunities that there aren’t any losers in the process.
E.T. Canada’s New Years Eve Celebration in Niagara Falls draws a crowd—a big crowd ranging from 50,000 – 60,000. With the stage located in a small section of Queen Victoria Park, navigating to a good vantage point can be difficult for a first time visitor. Below we’ll share two of the easiest foot paths to great vantage points of the New Years Eve Concert and Celebration.
Celebrate the holiday season with festivities, food and fun! Can wine tasting be far behind? November is the time for Taste the Season, a holiday inspired wine and food tasting event held annually at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. Since the time of its inception in the early 2000s, this event hosted by the Wineries of Niagara-on-the Lake has become a big draw for wine lovers who come to enjoy the season’s bounty.