Tasting Room 13th Street Winery

In the tasting room of a winery near St. Catharines. The manager and her assistant graciously posed for this picture. One of the many wineries in Ontario's Niagara Peninsula near Niagara Falls

Copyright: Clay Morehead
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Uploaded: 27/09/2012
Updated: 26/06/2014


Tags: winery; ontario; wine; tasting; niagara; 13th street
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