Get Fresh in Twenty Valley
May 4, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Get Fresh in the Valley is a self-guided wine tour of up to 20 wineries in Niagara’s Twenty Valley wine country. It’s one of the most brilliant ways to learn about and stock up on our VQA wines. Wineries are spread across 5 sub-appellations that produce some of Canada’s most highly acclaimed wines: Beamsville Bench, Twenty Mile Bench, Short Hills Bench, Lincoln Lakeshore, and Creek Shores. This is such a great event to showcase the new vintage and aromatic wines paired with fresh spring flavours.
Explore fantastic food pairings offered by our local chefs – farm to table is our local philosophy.
Get Fresh is the perfect way to kick off the spring entertainment season and stock up on some incredible wines. Click here to see this year’s Get Fresh in the Valley pairings!
This year Get Fresh is going green. Instead of our printed recipe books, all Passport holders will receive a downloadable PDF prior to the event!
WEEKEND 1 (April 27,28 2019)
WEEKEND 2 (May 4,5 2019)
SUNDAY PASS ONLY
Get Fresh in the Valley Passports are valid for one tasting at each of the participating wineries (maximum 12 per day):
Participating wineries include: 13th Street Winery, Angels Gate Winery, Creekside Estate Winery, Di Profio Estate Wines, Fielding Estate Winery, The Foreign Affair Winery, The Good Earth Food and Wine Co., GreenLane Estate Winery, Harbour Estates Winery, Hernder Estate Wines, Kacaba Vineyards & Winery, London Born Wine Co., Redstone Winery, Rockway Vineyards, Sue-Ann Staff Estate Winery, Vineland Estates Winery
If you are traveling with a group of 8 or more guests, please have your group organizer call ahead to the wineries you plan to visit with your approximate arrival time so that we can plan to serve you better and make your experience an enjoyable one.
For the optimal experience in wine country, we recommend a maximum of 8 experiences per day (max. allowed is 12).
Please enjoy responsibly, winery staff reserve the right to refuse serving guests who are intoxicated or who clearly demonstrate they are over a reasonable limit.