Scotiabank Convention Centre
6815 Stanley Avenue, Niagara Falls Ontario Canada, L2G 3Y9


The Niagara Food & Wine Expo is a premier international tasting event featuring wines, beers and spirits from around the globe and stunning regional wines direct from neighbouring vineyards. These delectable samples will be served alongside fresh, local cuisine prepared by top area restaurants.

Admission Ticket includes a FREE wine sampling glass!

Must be 19 years of age or older. No children or infants permitted.
Please do not drink and drive.


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Prices are subject to change without notice.


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I just didn't understand the concept of the expo. You pay to get in, and then pay more for a sample than you would pay for the full product at a retail location. Like a beer for example, I paid 4$ for a sample which is maybe 50mL, when the bottle at the LCBO is $3.30, and not hard to find. (the sample table didn't have prices set up at the vendor either)The venue itself was set up nice and was functional and cosmetically was good, but there was also a lack of selection.
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Was great first year, samples were exactly that, a small sample of the food for a buck or two. now samples are $5 to try food, and it's a full serving. I don't want a meal just a sample. How am I going to try things when I'm full and out of tickets after visiting one vendor. Everybody had the same food ( pulled pork). Cmon Niagara Falls don't do what you usually do. It's fun for the citizens not a money grab.
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This year was very much a disappointment. Seemed to be more craft beer vendors than wine vendors. Should have been called Niagara Food and Craft Beer Expo. There was also no food trucks this year. What is up with that? Count me out next year, not worth me spending $15 or waiting my Saturday
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