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Wine Tasting in Niagara
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On a beautiful early fall weekend, it's great to visit the local wineries in Niagara for a little tasting. On this day, 13th street had hosted an art and craft show in their greenhouses and on their grounds.

Copyright: Clay Morehead
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Uploaded: 25/09/2012
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Tags: wine; winery; wine tasting; niagara; st catharines; st. catharines; 13th street
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