Your next wine tour experience is about to get way better with the recent partnership between Wine Rack and Go Transit. They’re teaming up for an all-inclusive wine tour experience, The Great Grape Escape. The tour is set to take guests around popular Niagara winery estates, Jackson-Triggs and Inniskillin. This is the perfect trip to plan just in time for that perfect end to summer, start to fall weather feel.
The Great Grape Escape
The Great Grape Escase is happening between September 18th and October 16th, 2021. You can enjoy a stress-free day trip without having to worry about how you’re getting there and back. Wine Rack is covering transportation and has a GO transit bus scheduled for each trip. An on-board host from Wine Rack will lead the journey and there’s chances to win prizes too!
On their scheduled date, guests will board a bus at Union Station Bus Terminal at 9 a.m. From here they’ll head straight to Niagara-on-the-Lake and stop at either Jackson-Triggs or Inniskillin.
An important part of a wine tour is the food and during this trip guests will get all that and more. They’ll choose between an interactive wine cocktail experience at Inniskillin with food pairings or a three-course lunch with wine pairings at Jackson-Triggs. Vegetarian meals will be accommodated at both wineries. Guests will then finish the off day by purchasing a bottle at Niagara Falls’ outlet Wine Rack store.
Tickets are $99 per person and can be purchased directly through Wine Rack here.
More About Inniskillin Winery
Inniskillin is one of the oldest vineyards in Canada. Its world-renowned for its award-winning ice wine. Left on the vines until minus 8 degrees Celsius, ice wine grapes are pressed while still frozen, yielding a sweet and flavourful juice that is unlike any table wine.
More About Jackson-Triggs
Jackson-Triggs is Canada’s most award-wining wineries. From red to white, to sparkling to ice wines, Jackson-Triggs produces wines to suit every taste. Located in the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Jackson-Triggs has become one of the most recognized wineries in Niagara.
Feature Image: Jackson-Triggs