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Niagara Wine Trail offers 'Winter Wine Pass' good January-March


Wed, Dec 7th 2022 09:55 am

Looking for the perfect gift for wine enthusiasts? The Niagara Wine Trail is once again offering its “Winter Wine Pass,” which allows passholders three tastes of wine at each of the 11 participating wineries, from January through March 2023.

The pass is $40 per person, available for purchase through Jan. 5, 2023.

Participating wineries include:

√ A Gust of Sun Winery (Ransomville)

√ Bella Rose Vineyard & Winery (Lewiston)

√ Black Willow Winery (Burt)

√ Honeymoon Trail Winery (Lockport)

√ Leonard Oakes Estate Winery (Medina)

√ Long Cliff Vineyard & Winery (Sanborn)

√ Mayer’s Lake Ontario Winery (Hilton)

√ Schulze Vineyards & Winery (Burt)

√ Victorianbourg Wine Estate (Wilson)

√ Vizcarra Vineyards at Becker Farms (Gasport)

√ The Winery at Marjim Manor (Appleton)

“The ‘Winter Wine Pass’ is great for seasoned wine trail guests, or for those who are new to our wine trail,” said Shane Gustafson, president of the Niagara Wine Trail and owner of A Gust Of Sun Winery. “Passholders may spread their visits out from January through March, so that they can familiarize themselves with everything our wineries have to offer.”

For more information or to purchase passes, visit www.NiagaraWineTrail.org or follow the Niagara Wine Trail’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

Note: Large limos and buses are not accepted at all wineries. Guests are encouraged to call ahead to each winery for hours of operation and group policies.

The Niagara Wine Trail celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2022. The organization comprises 13 member wineries, situated between the Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario, stretching through Niagara, Orleans and Monroe counties. Each winery on the trail offers a diverse selection of traditional vinifera-style, native, late harvest and ice wines, as well as unique styles such as award-winning fruit wines, meads and ciders. Its mission is to “work together to enhance the wine industry in the region through an array of intimate, authentic and charming guest experiences.”

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