Fully guided public winery and distillery tour shuttles guests to top Niagara locales for complimentary tastings
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C$33: Sip & Suds Tour for One (C$59 value)
- Saturdays departing at 10:00am or 3:15pm with four convenient Niagara pick-up locations
- Beer, cider, and wine tour that includes free samples at Small Talk cider distillery, Diamond Estates Winery, and Taps Brewhouse, which includes a free guided tour
Tours are 4 hours in duration. The tours offer multiple pickup options in Niagara; see the departure times and locations here. The Groupon must be purchased before booking online. Seats are limited, so early booking is recommended. Click here to check availability.
For wine tour options, check out their Groupon for a Full Day Winter Wine Tour.
Tours have now been extended through February 24, 2018.
Need To Know
About Niagara Fun Tours
The dedicated guides of Niagara Fun Tours escort flocks of visitors around the Niagara region all year round during their fully- guided tours. Summer and Winter wine tours visit, taste, and tour at four award winning wineries studding the Niagara Wine Belt, where settings range from mountain chalets to baroque and modern castle decor to rustic wood farmhouses. For tour-goers that prefer libations other than wine, Niagara Fun Tours offers other seasonal tours that stop at local distilleries, micro breweries, and hard cider distilleries. Guides often conclude their tours with stops at locales such as the heart of Niagara-on-the-Lake or Chocolate FX, where chocolate artisans fashion often-unconventional taste combinations using traditional panning and moulding techniques. Sightseers embark on a new Niagara Beer, Spirits and Hard Cider tour, seasonal winery tours, or private scenic torus of Niagara Falls. Participants enjoy tastings at each location, have a chance to grab some lunch at Harvest Barn Country Market, and receive a wine tasting at Rancourt Winery. Niagara Fun Tours also provides round-trip transportation from multiple locations in Niagara for each tour, loading guests into large shuttle buses that accommodate up to 48 passengers or into vehicles that accommodate up to 21 giraffes.