Image via WikipediaA hot line up of events to celebrate the Canadian icon that is icewine and world famous Canadian jazz musicians are planned during the rest of
January at the Wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake and in the town’s Heritage District shops, boutiques and restaurants.
While the array of daily icewine and jazz themed events at the Wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake are
impressive it is the weekends that are bringing special heat and excitement.
Upcoming highlights include:
January 23-24 – During the Icewine & Cuisine weekend ice sculptures will fill the main street and restaurants will feature icewine samples combined with Icewine inspired dishes. There will be icewine tasting seminars available during the day and in the evening the street will come alive with jazz and an icewine cocktail competition featuring local bartenders and sommeliers.
January 30/31-- Visitors can stroll throughout the town’s heritage district, visiting the many unique shops and enjoying jazz along the way. Attending an icewine tasting seminar at the courthouse is also a fantastic way to learn about and enjoy the many varieties of Icewines available.
Full details about these special weekends and a complete listing of all wineries and restaurants events and prices are available at: www.wineriesofniagaraonthelake.com/icejazzjanuary.html.
The Wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake is a group comprised of 22 distinctive wineries located in one unforgettable place nestled below the Niagara Escarpment amidst a landscape of vineyards and orchards.
The 22 wineries are: Cattail Creek, Château des Charmes, Coyote's Run, Hillebrand, Inniskillin, Jackson-
Triggs, Joseph's, Konzelmann, Lailey, Maleta, Marynissen, Niagara College, Palatine, Peller, Pillitteri,
Ravine, Reif, Southbrook, Stonechurch, Stratus, Strewn, Sunnybrook Farm. More information about each of the wineries can be found at http://www.wineriesofniagaraonthelake.com/.