3 Amazing Icewine Experiences in Niagara Falls

Niagara Ice Wine

Niagara Icewine is famous all over the world, and every year the region pays homage to this delicious liquid gold with a number of amazing events and festivals that celebrate the season and make for spectacular winter experiences.

Icewine Festival
The 2018 Icewine Festival will be happening at the Scotiabank Convention Centre from January 27th-29th, offering the chance to taste premium VQA red, white, and ice wines from more than 20 of Niagara’s best wineries like Jackson Triggs, Trius, and Peller Estates. You can attend any one of the four available sessions throughout the weekend and indulge in sampling of savoury dishes prepared by top Niagara chefs, enjoy live entertainment, and visit the outdoor Icewine Winter Wonderland, which includes beautiful ice sculptures and fire pits where you can roast delicious Peller Estates Icewine Marshmallows.

Icewine Beer
Niagara Brewing Company has recently released their one-of-a-kind Niagara Icewine Beer for a limited time, which combines the sweet and complex flavours of icewine with the bubbly goodness of beer. You can visit the brewery on Clifton Hill to try it on tap, or buy it in bottles from the brewery’s on-site store. Wine and beer lovers alike will love this amazing seasonal brew, and bottles of Niagara Icewine Beer will make for perfect gifts this holiday season.

Icewine Village
From January 20th-21st the charming town of Niagara-on-the-Lake will transform its historic downtown Queen Street into a beautiful winter Icewine Village where you can celebrate Niagara’s world famous icewine and taste different varieties from top Niagara-on-the-Lake wineries. The Icewine Village will also feature one-of-a-kind icewine inspired culinary creations from top Niagara chefs, and is perfectly located for getting a little shopping done along Queen Street.

All of these events will be perfect additions to a Niagara Falls winter getaway, so book your visit today and get ready to have the icewine experience of a lifetime.