The Niagara Region is home to 96 wineries and 13 craft breweries. Many residents of Niagara cite the wine culture here as one of the greatest parts about living in the region. Terri is no exception.
During the week, Terri works as a direct support worker for adults and youth with developmental disabilities. On the weekends, however, she is a wine connoisseur.
Terri’s knowledge of wine goes well beyond grapes and tasting notes. She’s also well versed on the numerous activities and events that revolve around the region’s panache for grape growing.
If you’re new to the Niagara’s wine scene, a tried and tested winery tour is the way to go. For those looking for something more adventurous, there are biking tours that take you to a handful of wineries over an afternoon. If you’re really looking to change things up, there’s wine yoga, the Muddy Grape run (featuring wine at the finish line) and even outdoor movie nights in the vineyards.
The Niagara region also has some of the most popular ice wines in the entire world.
So next time somebody asks you, “Why Niagara?,” ask them, “Wine not?”