Falling for Small-Batch Spirits in Niagara

Falling for Small-Batch Spirits in Niagara

Plan a trip to Ontario’s Niagara region, and your list may include the iconic Falls, world-class theater at the Shaw Festival, fine dining inspired by the region’s orchards, most definitely a wine tasting, especially Niagara's famous ice-wine.Visitors have another way to taste the fruit of those vines in a most unexpected way. BestTrip.TV's Lynn Elmhirst Meets the Maker: Master Distiller...

A Vacation at the Niagara Falls

A Vacation at the Niagara Falls

18,000 years ago, planet earth saw the last of the Ice age. Apparently, the ice around Ontario - which forms the Great Lakes region of which the Niagara River is part of - was covered with ice as thick as 2-3 kilometers. The Ice subsided around 12,500 years ago and gave way to the Great Lakes Basin comprising of Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, The Niagara River, and further down the St. Lawrence River

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