All posts tagged: Niagara Region

February 2018 Desktop Wallpaper Now Available!

Couldn’t resist sharing this beautiful snowy owl that comes back to this one little spot in the Niagara Region every year. They cause quite a commotion with folks stopping along the roadside to gawk. Beautiful creatures, but hard to get the perfect shot … tough when you’re shivvvvvvvvering in -24C temps! Download your January 2018 calendar now … visit our “Downloadables” page for a full-size image.

The 2014 Wine Country Ontario Travel Guide Now Available

The guide showcases 107 wineries and makes travel planning easy NIAGARA, ON, May 16, 2014 /CNW/ – As the wine-touring season swings into high gear, Wine Country Ontario has just released its highly coveted 2014 Wine Country Ontario Travel Guide. Featuring a record 107 wineries, along with insider tips on how to make the most of an Ontario wine country experience, this must-have travel tool takes the guess work out of planning your next wine country outing, whether it be for a day, a weekend or a longer stay – a task that can sometimes seem daunting to visitors. With a detailed listing of Ontario’s finest wineries, the guide serves as the complete wine country resource for visitors to the region. It showcases the wineries in Ontario’s four primary wine touring destinations – Lake Erie North Shore, Niagara Escarpment & Twenty Valley, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Prince Edward County, provides factoids about the appellations and includes in-the-know information about the emerging regions, where innovative vintners are pushing the boundaries of Ontario’s wine country. It also includes a directory of charming accommodations, world-class restaurants, popular events and the region’s …, The Good Earth, Niagara Wine Region

Good Food, Good Wine, Good Times …. Good Earth Food & Wine Co.

Nestled snuggly in a quiet residential area on the outskirts of Niagara Wine Country you will find the most charming boutique winery, bistro and cooking school called The Good Earth. Iain and I recently visited The Good Earth to attend a Good Girth Supper Club event. It was an unusually cold April day with snowflakes in the air – slightly disappointing since last year when we visited, spring had come early and the orchards were adorned in their beautiful pink blossoms. In an attempt to describe to you the essence of what The Good Earth is all about, I cannot put it more aptly than they do:  “Since 1998, when we opened our farm, home and hearts to our guests, The Good Earth has been a haven for discerning food and wine lovers and an oasis for the senses. Our gardens, orchards and vineyards provide a spectacular backdrop for culinary and wine experiences that reflect all the good things the earth has to offer.”