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Twenty Valley Tourism Association celebrates 5th Annual Get Fresh in the Valley passport program

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Spring is a time for farm fresh bites paired perfectly with premium Twenty Valley wines. Come celebrate spring April 9 & 10, 16 & 17 or 23 & 24 for Get Fresh in the Valley. This self-guided passport allows visitors to take in up to 24 wineries in Niagara's Twenty Valley wine country. It's one of the most brilliant ways to learn about and stock up on our VQA wines. Collect recipes from each winery to assemble your own 2016 Get Fresh in the Valley Cookbook.

A local favourite is the Sunday passport; it allows you to enjoy Get Fresh for all three Sundays. Note there are three locations closed on Sunday and all will honour your Sunday passport on any Get Fresh Saturday.

While visiting the Twenty Valley route during Get Fresh, why not try Freshalicious? Let our talented culinary teams treat you to a farm fresh meal. Chefs' prefixed menus or special boasting spring flavours for lunch or dinner at participating restaurants.

A single weekend passport or Sunday passport is $44.25 per person (+ HST) and may be purchased online at www.twentyvalley.ca, by phone at 905-562-3636 or at participating wineries. For the optimal experience, we recommend visiting a maximum eight wineries per day.

TVTA is once again collaborating with Cherry Lane to provide signature non-alcoholic cherry mocktails at participating wineries. Designated Driver passports include the culinary treat plus a different non-alcoholic mocktail at each stop are just $30.00 per person (+ HST).

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