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There's A Massive Haunted Winery Event Happening Outside Of Toronto This Fall

There will even be Dracula-themed food stations!
There's A Massive Haunted Winery Event Happening Outside Of Toronto This Fall

It looks like you can get into the Halloween spirit well before the holiday arrives thanks to a haunted harvest party that's happening just outside of Toronto this fall. 

This October 14, Rancourt Winery on Niagara-on-the-Lake will be transformed into a spooky outdoor party that will truly get you in the festive spirit. 

via @rancourt_winery

Tickets cost $45 and include two drink tickets for the Wine Bar and access to the Fall Harvest and Dracula-themed food stations catered by Foodies on Foot and Harvest Barn. 

Aside from incredible seasonal wine and food options, there will also be indoor entertainment and even an outdoor fire pit, where we can only hope guests can tell scary stories to really set the mood. 

via @rancourt_winery

The event listing says you can come as you are, or whatever you decide to be, which sounds like the perfect opportunity to get dressed up in your favourite festive ensemble. 

There will also be gluten-free and vegetarian options available, as well as non-alcoholic 'Blood of the Vine' available for those who aren't drinking. 

So if you and your friends want to get into the festive spirit, this is a fall event you won't want to miss and clear room in your calendars for October 14.

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