Be sure to join us for an incredible weekend June 13th & 14th as Georgia retreads her running shoes and Susanne dusts hers off in time for the inaugural Twenty Valley Niagara Wine Country Run. Fashioned after the famous Medoc Marathon held every year in Bordeaux, you can be a part of wine and sports history!
First of its kind in Canada, this unique run winds through Twenty Valley wine country showcasing Ontario’s stunning vineyards and premier wineries. The run finishes in downtown Jordan where all runners and supporters are invited to celebrate at the Finish Area Street Party. Join 3,000 runners from all over Ontario at the Twenty Valley Niagara Wine Country Run June 13th & 14th 2009
Half Marathon * Team Relay * 10 K Run * 4K Stroll/ Walk
Run through Ontario’s stunning vineyards, over big green hills and take in the sun bright in the early summer sky.
Test your Legs-Treat your taste buds!
Situated in Niagara’s lush Greenbelt, just an hour’s drive from Toronto or Buffalo, Twenty Valley is home to many of Ontario’s and Canada’s premiere wineries and the perfect destination for this year’s leisure & casual run. All participating wineries crafting fine VQA wines will be offering personalized tours & tastings on Saturday June 13th at the wineries and at the runner’s expo.
See you there!
Above: AJ McLaughlin, Nicolette Novak, Marie Brennan and Elliot Kerr join us in-studio
To find out the scoop set that radio dial to CP24 Radio 1050 or listen online Saturday morning May 30th at 10a.m. to connect with The Wine Ladies radio show. “Test Your Legs and Treat Your Taste Buds” at the inaugural Twenty Valley Niagara Wine Country Run, sure to be an historical event, our topic for this Saturday’s show. Be sure to join us as we welcome our guests Elliot Kerr, President of Landmark Sport Group, AJ McLaughlin, proprietor of Angels Gate Winery and Nicolette Novak of the Good Earth Cooking School, passionate about this event. Whether you choose to race or stroll, the vineyards beckon as do the premium wines of Twenty Valley.
Visit the Wine Country Run website to register for the race:
See you there. Remember don’t whine about the run!.enjoy wine while you run!