Tips for making the most of winter from @beauxmondes

Over the next few weeks we’ll be showing off Ontarians favourite ways to make the most of winter. Here’s how life / style blogger Stephanie Trendocher (@beauxmondes) gets outside and warms up indoors during an Ontario winter.

Creekside Estate Vineyards – Jordan Station, Ontario

“Sipped on Icewine and and snacked on local charcuterie at @CreeksideWine during the Niagara Icewine Festival. Afterwards I watched the sun set over the vineyard. It’s truly a beautiful time of day to do a wine tasting.”


Journey Behind the Falls – Niagara Falls, Ontario

“An early rise to walk the tunnels behind Niagara Falls. What a picture perfect perspective! The rushing water and mist create these stunning natural ice formations in the winter.”

BeauxmondesJackson-Triggs – Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

“Toured the incredible production facility at Jackson-Triggs and the traditional underground Barrel Cellar. After sampling the chicken mole enchiladas and Cabernet Franc Icewine, I will definitely be coming back for a candlelit Cellar Dinner!”

BeauxMondesBalzacs Coffee – Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

“A stop at @balzacscoffee is a must in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Can’t start the day without a cappuccino and a croissant!”

BeauxMondesHenry of Pelham Winery – Jordan, Ontario

“Loved exploring Wine Country Ontario during #Icewinefest. The snow-capped vineyards at Henry of Pelham Winery looked beautiful. And just as I went to take this picture, a dusting of snowflakes fell from the sky. Magical winter moment!”


See more of @beauxmondes’ beautiful photography here or read more about her Ontario winter adventures on her blog beauxmondes.com.

We want to see your favourite ways to embrace winter in Ontario! Tag your photos #DiscoverON for the chance to be reposted! Check out more inspiration for your next winter adventure here or follow the whole series on Instagram here.

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