An indispensable element of ecotourism is, of course, tasting and enjoying the exquisite bouquet of flavors of the wines produced in the area visited. We know very well that white, rosé, or red wine tastes best where it was made. In addition to drinks, tour participants have the pleasure of local sampling delicacies, cheeses, traditional foods, fruits, and more. But that's not all, going on a trip with us, you can be sure that the power of attraction prepared by us will be an actual holiday not only for your body but also for your spirit. And when you return home, sitting on the plane or train and relaxing in your favorite, you can continue to enjoy the taste of your favorite ice-cold Canada Wine.

All you need to know before going on a wine tour

Wine tours can last from a day to 2 weeks; you can travel in cars, limousines, vans, bikes, or even kayaks!

On some tours, you'll play golf or take cooking classes.

There are two ways to go on a wine tour. The first is to organize everything yourself - make a travel map, contact wineries, and book tasting times. Or the second is to entrust the organization of the tour to a professional who knows better how to make a better itinerary. If you have never been on a wine tour before, it is better to give preference to the second option.

Niagara Region

For its part, Toronto in the province of Ontario prides itself on being Canada's largest city. It is a multicultural metropolis where we can find cuisine from all over the world. There are also many tourist attractions such as the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Hockey Hall of Fame, the largest zoo in Canada, many beautiful parks and beaches, galleries, museums, theaters, operas, and much more. Toronto is also home to the famous CN Tower, recognized as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. It is worth visiting for its breathtaking view of the city from 553 meters. On a clear day, you can even see Niagara Falls and the United States on the other side of Lake Ontario from the top.

Toronto's proximity to the world-famous Falls makes it an ideal starting point to visit Niagara Falls. This huge waterfall is the natural border between Ontario and New York State, and you must admit that the views are incomparably more beautiful there than on the Canadian side. You can see the falls in several ways: from viewing platforms, during the cruise at the foot of the falls, with a ""journey behind the falls"" tour that is from the other side of the falls - inside the rocks, during a ride on a zipline suspended right next to it, from a gondola over the falls, and even a helicopter flight over Niagara Falls.

The Niagara region is not just about the Falls. In their immediate vicinity, it's worth a trip to Wine Country and visiting old and new vineyards - with a tasting. The beautiful town of Niagara-on-the-Lake, one of Ontario's most aged, is also nearby.

Our journey in

After picking you up in downtown Toronto or another convenient location, we will begin your adventure to Niagara Falls. Along the way, we'll stop at several scenic waterfalls, a family-owned bakery, and a premium winery.

During short walks along these small waterfalls, you'll learn about the region's geology and then sample some incredible goodies from a local bakery (for an additional fee, hours of operation may vary). We will then get in the car and continue to the Niagara wine region, where we will stop for a tasting (including ice wine) at one of Niagara's most premium wineries.

After a delicious lunch, we will visit the world-famous Niagara Falls, where you will swim in the mist from the falls as you stroll along the edge of the Niagara Gorge. We'll have more time for guests to take an optional self-guided Niagara boat cruise (in season, when possible). After we visit the upper end of the mighty Horseshoe Falls, we will return directly to Toronto.

A behind-the-scenes look at life in downtown Toronto. An experience not usually found, usually known only to locals in non-trivial style, hidden from the city's tourist traps.

Relax, quiet, and cozy, located in chic downtown Toronto with iconic views of the CN Tower.

You'll sample a flight of Canadian wines while savoring local meats, Ontario honey, freshly baked crackers, pork pate, roasted garlic, and local cheeses.

Blind tasting is a great way to remove biases. Although you may think you love cabernet sauvignon from Napa - you may like peno noir from Ontario even more! I won't show you the label or tell you where it's from. All you'll see is what's in your glass - decide whether or not to enjoy the wine.

You'll taste some exciting things, and I'll share all the stories.

It's an excellent experience for various events: Scenic/stages, birthdays, date nights, anniversaries, corporate groups, and an excuse to gather friends, travelers, and those new to town.