We all know that the season for eating ended on New Year's Eve and everyone's New Year's resolutions are kicking in. Eat healthier, lighter and drinking less are all great ideas, but when you quit cold turkey, they're bound to fail. Instead, why not indulge mindfully? That way, you truly enjoy your vices like full-fat cheese and wine without compromise. 

The Twenty Valley Winter WineFest is celebrating its 10th anniversary and it's free to attend! You will get a chance to taste wine and culinary treasures from local wineries and restaurants. It takes place about an hour and a half from Toronto in Jordan Station. It's going to be an amazing place to savour wine and food creations thoughtfully and then get back to your healthy life later!

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The Winter WineFest is free to attend, but there are some special events that you can buy tickets for like the Sparkling Dinner and Icewine Brunch and a whole slew of other food and wine parties! There are also a ton of free concerts to check out on their main stage plus other fun events like fashion shows, workshops and more.

You don't have to be a wine snob to have fun at this wine festival. You don't even need to know your Cabernet from your chardonnay! It's just a bunch of people coming together, sharing what they've made and having fun. If you don't know much about wine, you can ask! Winemakers are really proud of what they've achieved and happy to share their knowledge and passion with you. 

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Since it's an outdoor event, you'll definitely want to dress warmly! There will be warming stations and cozy fire pits to help you keep warm. Once you've had a glass of wine or two then you won't feel the cold as much! You can buy tokens to make wine and food purchases.

The Twenty Valley's Winter WineFest is happening Friday, January 11 to Sunday, January 13. Check out their website for a full schedule of events. 

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