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ife is an amazing circle of cycles. As young children we quest to be teens and start dating. As teens we long to be taken seriously and start ‘real life.’ As young adults, we look to the future as a divine time when the house will be paid for and we can start enjoying ourselves. And then… some of us… the lucky ones… arrive at this magical time when life gets easier. The kids are grown and on their own cycle of highs and lows. With any luck, our work lives have been sorted out and the drama of promotions or downsizing is behind us. Retirement lurks over the horizon, just out of sight but ever in mind. That’s the place I find myself in now – in the time of downsizing – but it’s really a time of growth and change just as early summer is that time in our part of the earth’s yearly cycle. My husband and I recently sold our home and are moving downtown. Turns out we’re not alone. Though statistics tell us that a slight majority of those in the 40 plus age group are choosing to age in place, it seems that there’s a hunger among younger boomers and those at the leading edge of Gen X to
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couple of years ago, Kary and Tina Sartori decided their 10-year-old northeast London home wasn’t meeting their needs and started looking at options. They liked their neighbourhood and didn’t find any other homes that grabbed their interest. Then they took in the annual London Home Builders’ Association’s Parade of Renovations and were impressed by some of the homes they toured. Two of those were Millennium Construction and Design projects. So they contacted company partner Mark Vaandering about ideas for revamping their home. The couple hoped to modernize the kitchen, a slightly cramped U-shaped 10 Lifestyle May/June 2017
space, separated from the front living room by a nine-foot partial wall, as well as upgrade the main upstairs bathroom and the lower level recreation room. The wall was removed to open the main floor space, with a dining area incorporated to separate the kitchen and living room. The Sartoris say this is warmer and more comfortable than the former eating area, next to rear patio doors. New cabinetry was custom designed and constructed by Millennium Construction, with an eye to creating better-organized storage, Vaandering says. Although the main floor boasts 12-foot ceilings, the original cabinets were only 7.5-feet high. The new cabinets were extended significantly higher to take
advantage of this wasted space. Laminate countertops were replaced with grey-veined quartz, complementing the white cabinets and wood-patterned backsplash. A 12-foot island now stretches the length of the kitchen, sporting an eating bar and granite sink with matching basin on the perimeter counter. New vinyl plank flooring has been an attractive addition and functional for ease of use and durability, the Sartoris say. Stairways to upper and lower levels, adjacent to the kitchen, were also modernized with new wood rails and posts and metal spindles. With the upper level hallway now more visible in the open space, the area was tied together by painting the walls a consistent grey tone with white trim, doors and ceilings.
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The rec room’s fireplace was moved to make the space more comfortable and usable. A stone veneer was added to enhance its visual appeal.
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Planning is key for outdoor living ssPaces With the warmer days of summer approaching, the outdoors is where most of us want to be. Having a fabulous space to hang out takes some planning, but is well worth the effort. When it comes to living outside this season, David Christopher, owner of Lighthouse Landscaping, asks his clients where they spend the most time inside the house. For many, it’s the kitchen. Christopher says so that’s where you start to create an outdoor oasis in your backyard. Before you talk to a designer, have a budget in mind. Lighthouse Landscaping, a fullservice design and construction company, offers a free consultation to get things rolling. “The most important part of landscaping is the design,” Christopher says. And from that design comes zoning.
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“You could have an area where you’ll have dining. You could have an area where you have an outdoor kitchen – bar, countertop, barbecue,” he says. “People like congregating around where the food is being prepared.” The seating area could have a pergola or pavilion so that when it rains the party can go on. Christopher says free space and flow is necessary. “You don’t want things too tight. There has to be room for people to stand around and mill about.” Michael Pascoe, Fanshawe College’s horticultural program co-ordinator, suggests starting with a wish list.
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Items to consider include a deck, room for pets and children, a garden and shed. Pascoe says if you’re creating a new garden, chart it out on graph paper. Pencil in the back of the house and trace in a deck, shed and other structures. Using this method to chart out where you want pathways is important for flow and to connect key elements, he says. A fire pit or fireplace is usually part of an outdoor living space. Christopher says they’re often off to the side if an outdoor kitchen is the focal point. A natural gas fire element is popular. Lighting is a key feature when creating your space. Christopher says security and ambience is important when considering lighting. Water is another element you’ll want to make sure you incorporate in
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ummer and Port Stanley – they are almost synonyms. And this year, there are a variety of events and activities that you can enjoy all spring and summer long. With the nation’s 150th birthday celebration kicking off the summer in style, a visit to Port Stanley is a must-do on the Port Stanley social calendar. “Come celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in one of Southwestern Ontario’s hidden gems – PortStanley,” said Katherine Thompson, marketing and communications co-ordinator for the County of Elgin. “Experience a weekend full of family fun, fireworks, unique shopping, and warm Canadian hospitality.” A standard of summer in Port Stanley is the Terminal Rail, Thompson said. “This cute little tourist train has been a staple in the village for decades,” she said. “It takes about an hour to ride the round trip. The route follows a short portion of the historic London and Port Stanley rail route. The L&PS used to take thousands of vacationers from London to Port Stanley every weekend in the early 1900s.” One of the best parts of the summer – and a key benefit of living in Southwestern Ontario – is the opportunity to take advantage of our bounty
By Jay Menard of seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables. En route to Port Stanley, a family favourite has become Talbotville Berry Farm. “Talbotville Berry Farm is a farm market that recently underwent a massive reconstruction,” she said. “Now in addition to being open for the summer selling the freshest local produce, this market is open year round and features delicious homemade ‘ready to go meals’ that range from traditional lasagnas, scalloped potatoes and casseroles to Thai fresh rolls, pizzas and more. They have freshly made baked goods, vegan cheeses, Kombucha tea, jams and jellies, gift items.” With marquee ice cream shops like Shaw’s and Broderick’s to enjoy and restaurants like the recently renovated Solo On Main and late-night favourites like Shebaz’s Shawarma & Falafel, Port Stanley is a great place to enjoy dinner – before or after an incredible show. “Port Stanley Theatre is a professional summer theatre in the heart of downtown Port Stanley,” she said, adding that this year’s playbill includes productions like “Oh Canada, We Sing for Thee,” “On A First Name Basis,” “Buying the Moose,” “Five Alarm,” and “Midnight Madness.” b
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St. Thomas homebuilder Doug Tarry has received the first-ever Builder Achievement Award from EnerQuality, Canada’s certifier of energy-efficient homes, presented in February at the EnerQuality (EQ) Housing Innovation Forum Awards Gala. “I’m very honoured to have received this award,” says Tarry. “It’s an honour just to be named as a finalist. You’re going up against some extremely dedicated people, who are very talented. It’s a pretty big recognition, and it was a great feeling.” EnerQuality president Corey McBurney says the awards – 16 were presented at the gala – “celebrate change makers. Innovation is ideas brought to life. Ideas that change the world.” The theme of the forum – New, Now and Next – focused on new thinking, new products and new techniques for advancing green building performance. Doug Tarry Homes has been a leader in green building and in the construction of net zero energy homes, designed to produce as much energy as they consume. n FOR MORE INFORMATION Doug Tarry Homes • 358 Elm Street, St. Thomas 519-631-9300 • www.dougtarryhomes.com
i London to lakeside Hospital lottery features two dreamy Homes By John M. Milner
In purchasing a Dream Lottery ticket, buyers will help London hospitals while having a chance to win one of two homes, one in Port Stanley and another in London.
TOP LEFT According to Carmine Gargarella, this lottery home has a “subtle modern twist that’s light and fresh.” TOP RIGHT This Bridlewood-built home features 10-foot ceilings on the main floor. MIDDLE LEFT The London home has four bedrooms and five bathrooms. MIDDLE The fully finished basement has a luxurious lounge area. MIDDLE RIGHT The London home’s kitchen features cabinets that extend to the ceiling. LOWER LEFT All three floors of the Port Stanley house, built by Prespa Homes, have views of the lake. LOWER RIGHT One of the master suites occupies one full floor in this Port Stanley lottery home. INSET Lakeside living is easy with a sun deck, as well as balconies on each of the three floors of this home.
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Of the Port Stanley Home, Frank Sherifi, of Prespa Group, says, "You have a beautiful view from each floor. By the time you get to the third floor, it's like a resort." The Prespa Group's home has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a double garage. Features include a sun deck, balconies on each floor and hardwood flooring. One of the two master bedrooms, with a walk-in closet and a huge walk-in showec, encompasses the entire third floor. Sherifi estimates each floor is over 1,100 square feet. "People can't believe there is so much living space," he says. "They love the layout. We've had nothing but good comments about it." Pre-wired with the latest technology - including an intercom, smart TVs speakers, alarm system and more everything in the home can be controlled from an iPhone or iPad. "You can lay on the beach in Florida and control everything from there," Sherifi says. Carmine Gargarella, of Bridlewood Homes, says the London home has "a subtle modern t\vist that's light and fresh." It features 10-foot ceilings on
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the main floor, with “cabinets that go right to the ceiling,” four bedrooms, five bathrooms and a great room showcasing a beautiful fireplace. He gives credit to designer Kim Morphy. The master ensuite opens to a large master bedroom with a sitting and desk area. The fully-finished basement includes a lounge area. The garage includes a “man cave,” with a storage system, work bench and a set-up “made up of beautiful natural wood” for hanging bikes, tools, recycling bins, etc. Gargarella notes the subtle trim details on the walls give them “some life that they might not otherwise have.” This is the first year the Prespa Group has been involved in the lottery, while Bridlewood Homes has built 12 lottery houses since 1994. Both enjoyed working with the organizers immensely. Gargarella says while it’s a lot of work, it’s also a lot of fun, adding “tradespeople and suppliers step up.” Dream Lottery Tickets can be purchased at participating Shoppers Drug Mart locations, at the Dream home, online at www.dreamitwinit.ca or by calling 519-488-7100. Tickets are two for $50, six for $100 and 35 for $500. n
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1. Flat and chunky heeled mules and slides step out in style. These stone-toned, peep-toe slides, by Sam Edelman, are fashioned from man-made snake print uppers perched atop chunky woodlook stacked heels. 2. By Sam Edelman, these flat tan suede ankle booties, with cut-outs and low stacked heels, wear well with dresses, shorts and casual wear. 3. Chill in a pair of blue and silver flat form sneakers that can be dressed up and down to pair with dresses or casual wear. These cut-out leather kicks are by Michael Kors. 4. Patent leather makes a seasonal statement in classic pale pink pumps with gold metal oval buckles, almond-shaped toes and stylish block heels from Michael Kors. 5. From Michael Kors come these dressy cross-strap pewter-toned leather highheeled sandals. 6. Fashionable details - like perforated leather, wrap straps and tassels - walk tall on these black, open-toed, man-made leather chunky-heeled booties by Franco Sarto.
Chokers, like this one in black leather with a chunky silver pendant, remain on trend this spring and summer. BELOW This black leather lariat-style necklace with silver rings is an example of how cord and lariat-style necklaces remain in favour this season. Both are by Lucy the First and available at Life Styles Women’s Wear.
LEFT A flowing, navy culotte dress with blouson styling by Dex is from iN Fashion. Comfortable culottes and rompers remain fashionably forward. MIDDLE A patterned, multi-coloured maxi dress, by Joseph Ribkoff, from Life Styles Women’s Wear is a sure summer hit. RIGHT Dress to impress in this white crochet knit midi dress by Dex from iN Fashion. Crochet knits, asymmetric hem lines, ruffles, tiered and flowing panels are among the many intriguing style notes on seasonal dresses and tops in various lengths.
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TOP LEFT The stately façade of this house sets the tone for luxurious living. TOP RIGHT Located adjacent to the main house, a bright, warm guest house greets visitors for an overnight stay. ABOVE LEFT The family room’s focal point is an in-wall fireplace flanked by patio doors that lead to an outdoor living area. ABOVE RIGHT The homeowners enjoy the casual elegance of the large formal living room with its cathedral ceiling. ABOVE MIDDLE Kitchen cabinets are topped with crown moulding and a coffered ceiling with a modern fixture accentuates the island seating area. INSET Stately oversized wooden doors lead to a large foyer, with a crystal and gold-plated chandelier overhead.
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here are many beautiful homes in the city, but it is rare to find a home that combines luxury, state-ofthe-art workmanship and one-of-a-kind features. This residence at 3556 Settlement Trail, in the growing area of London’s southwest, will surprise prospective buyers with its uniqueness. Whether it is the gourmet kitchen, complete with a large granite island and built-in refrigerator and dishwasher, or the private state-of-the art media room in the lower level, there is much about this stately two-storey home that can’t be found elsewhere. Located in Talbot Village off Southdale Road, this professionally landscaped property is full of elegance and style.
A gracious foyer - with a large Swarovski twirling crystal and 24-karat gold-plated chandelier - will welcome you home and greet guests. Stepping further into the home, you will also find luxurious marble floors, gleaming hardwood and custom wood finishes throughout. In the warm weather, sit on your patio with a two-way fireplace. The family room features oversized windows. The custom kitchen, with sun-drenched eating area, overlooks the landscaped lot, which also has a butler’s pantry for ease in entertaining. And if you’ve got friends coming who plan to stay over, a guest house that’s fully gas heated will make them feel welcome and comfortable. The spacious home has 15 rooms in total, with four plus one bedrooms and
For more detailed information on the marketplace products on pages 15, 17, and 19 please contact the appropriate business listed here. TOP An in-home theatre, with comfortable recliners, provides hours of entertainment and family fun. MIDDLE This large bathroom is one of five in the home. The vanity area, with mirrors that extend to the ceiling, occupies one wall of the room. BOTTOM An in-wall fireplace warms owners and guests while relaxing on the outdoor patio during the shoulder seasons.
five bathrooms with under-the-floor heating. The tranquil master bedroom has a walk-in closet and five-piece ensuite, complete with a soaker tub. There are unique features on each floor of the home. A vaulted ceiling in the upper loft adds to the spaciousness of the residence. On the lower level, you’ll find the fifth bedroom with an ensuite, plus a games room and exercise room. The fenced property comes with an attached double-car garage and a 28’ by 13’ boathouse. There are also two double drives for convenience. When the weather turns cooler or at night, there are four fireplaces to warm you up. This stunning property has a $1,199,000 asking price, which comes in below replacement cost. n FOR MORE INFORMATION London Living Real Estate Diane Gordon 519-679-1090 • www.londonlivingrealestate.com
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striking sculpture of a majestic horse at the entrance to the Dark Horse Estate Winery in Grand Bend greets visi tors as they prepare to take in Huron County’s firstandonly estate and tourist destination. The proudly defiant animal is also a symbolic reminder of the founding family’s personal ties to the equine world. The realization of John and Sue Ann Rasenberg’s dream, they and their daughter Ashley (Horlor) and their son inlaw Craig (Horlor) established the 85acre winery and estate in 2014, just a stone’s throw from the shores of Lake Huron and next door to the acclaimed Huron Country Playhouse. After a complete undertiling in the fall of 2014 and a public opening in July 2016, the dark horse has been victoriously surging past the crowd, crossing the finish line in style. “Attention and detail is paid to our 31,000squarefoot manor house, all
of it accessible. While luxury was on our minds, we also strove to provide surroundings that have a comfortable smalltown feel to them – the best of all worlds,” says Ashley. Then there is the trio of fine wines – Valegro, named after the legendary dres sage champion, the refreshingly bold Unapologetically series, and One Horse Town – crafted to perfection in white, red, sparkling and a dessert wine. “This is a major focus for us, a threetier selection of fine wines provid ing a delightfully tasty journey for our guests,” says Ashley. “We have wines for everyone.” Visitors from Sarnia, London, Toronto, KitchenerWaterloo, Michigan, Ohio and beyond alongside Huron County natives stop by the yearround attraction to sample wine bytheglass, gourmet snacks, take both daily public and private VIP wine tours and tastings, or glance from the foyer at the stateoftheart production area.
The estate features a vineyard with more than 22,000 vine plantings includ ing Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay, Riesling, Baco Noir, Vidal and Marquette. “We’re very excited about the summer season and the future of this enterprise,” says vineyard and facility manager Craig. From hearing the fascinating grape toglass story to sampling exceptional handpicked wines with every imagin able vintage offered at the tasting bar, Dark Horse Estate Winery is the ideal destination. “We’d love to see you,” says Ashley. “One of our most frequent visitors is from Mount Brydges so it’s a place you come back to again and again.” That majestic horse guarding the entrance awaits your visit. b FOR MOR E INFOR MATION Dark Horse Estate Winery 70665 B Line, Grand Bend • 519-238-5000 www.darkhorseestatewinery.com
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Sunchokes preserved for use in many delicious dishes at Plant Matter Kitchen. Photo: Jill Ellis-Worthington
As the restaurant moves into its second year of operation, Chef Elyse Keegan and sous chef Hillary Watson are developing recipes that highlight preserved ingredients. Pickled beets and apples, canned sunchokes and cauliflower and house-made kimchi are among the preserved vegetables that were being served during the colder months at this completely plant-based eatery. “In addition to canning vegetables, we’re preserving fruit to make jams and tomatoes to make our own ketchup. Because the area we live in is so seasonal, it’s important to preserve flavours and nutritional values,” says Watson. Eating fermented foods, such as sauerkraut and kimchi, is becoming more popular. Raised awareness of possible
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By Beth Stewart In a world of disconnect, nurtured by electronics, live theatre is a refreshing upgrade. And few do it better than the London Fringe Festival. The 18th annual London Fringe runs May 30 to June 10 in locations across downtown London and Old East Village. Dedicated to the promotion, production and prosperity of independent artists, the London Fringe will host close to 50 theatre companies and 30 visual artists. Executive producer Kathy Navackas says, “Theatre and live performance art is such an important experience.” She extols the value of shared laughter and emotion. Venue sizes vary from an intimate 40 seats to an inclusive 300. The maximum ticket price is $14, and most shows are 60 minutes in length. Artists are chosen by lottery. National performer Mike Delamont, of God is a Scottish Drag Queen fame, is back with Mama’s Boy which he describes as “a true story of addiction, music and love.” International real life couple – they met at the Fringe – Martin Dockery and Vanessa Quesnelle and their company Concrete Drops offer a fast-paced, two-character play Love Is A Battlefield. Not sure what to see? Jump start your Fringe experience with the Performer Showcase at the Palace Theatre on Tuesday, May 30 for a free taste of each show. And don’t forget to feast your eyes on the visual art on exhibit at The Arts Project. n
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off the Wall and off the Vine, July 16, Quai du Vin estate Winery, 45811 Fruit ridge Line, sst. thomas. enjoy a little mid-summer magic at this annual show that combines work by some of the finest artists in southwestern ontario with wine, craft beer, food and music in the great outdoors. For more information, visit www.offthewallartshow.com.
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John mcdermott - raised on songs and stories, May 12, grand theatre spriet sstage, 471 richmond sstreet. enjoy a delectable evening of story and song, delivered with charm and grace. this tour features songs from the tenor’s latest release, as well as recognizable favourites. For more information, visit www.grandtheatre.com.
Budweiser Presents the ttrackside music Festival, July 1 and 2, Western Fair district. enjoy 13 boot-stomping country music acts, including nine new artists and headliners tthomas rhett and Kip moore. still tBa are local acts who will perform in the Home grown showcase. For more information, visit www.tracksidefestival.com.
To own or not to own When DoWnsizinG, it is a question many ask By Geoff Dale
o buy or rent – the question facing homeowners eyeing downsizing. Willem and Marjon Nyholt moved from their two-storey 2,100-squarefoot house in Burlington to a 1,100 square-foot condo on Ridout Street north of Base Line in London, a decision they’ve never regretted. “Why rent, the money goes to a landlord,” he said. “When you buy it’s yours. Even if you sell after five years you’ve still been living rent-free. We bought our Burlington house 33 years ago, sold it for a reasonable price, invested and here we are today.
Some homeowners want maintenance-free living a condo provides while others eye a smaller house with lawn, garden and no condo rules. “If you’re not ready or don’t have the finances, you’ll regret it. We were ready. We had a business for 25 years and the time was right. We love the Old South area so we’re happy as can
be. The condo quality is unbelievable and a daughter is in London. We often walk to get groceries.” Ann De Bono, a REMAX Advantage Realty Ltd. sales representative, says thoughtful discussion is necessary because lifestyles, age, finances and retirement savings vary from individual-to-individual. “You might like to travel and want the stability of home ownership,” she said. “Look at the market price London is quite affordable for buyers. Consider factors like condo fees, property taxes, mortgage and cash. I’ve never had anyone say they regret buying and should have rented.
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Some sold their home, rented an apartment and a year later were back saying they weren’t ready for an apartment. Now we’re house hunting for them.” She said some homeowners want maintenance-free living a condo provides while others eye a smaller house with lawn, garden and no condo rules. Renters like Kathy and Larry Breau, who moved from their large family home in Dorchester to a downtown London apartment, have a different perspective. “The biggest plus for us was freedom – no lawn maintenance, driveway, pool maintenance or home repairs,” she said. “We lived in a condo before and didn’t like the rules. Condo fees rose considerably over four years and that was frightening because you have no control.” Besides the carefree lifestyle, they’re pleased with the apartment they chose. “The layout is great. We love the location, and you know your expenses. You can travel – just lock the door and away you go for as long as you like. However, we could have put more thought into it because there’s no central air or ensuite laundry. So we’re looking to move to another apartment.” Brandi McIlvenny, director of residential rentals for Sifton Properties Limited, sees a trend of homeowners opting for more high-end rental properties. “It’s not a lack of choice or not being able to afford a home,” she said. “The rental lifestyle is appealing. It’s security because when you’re away, a professional looks after your home. Over the last decade management groups and owners invested funds for upgrades to a high standard - not just maintaining bricks and mortar. Landlords have a more customer-centric approach. Units feature sophisticated and high-end technological appliances. Higher expectations are met.” Some luxury rental home units have a community feeling with shared gardens and other amenities. n
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Now owned by the City of Windsor but previously the home of Edward Chandler Walker, the second son of Hiram Walker, Willistead Manor is one of the highlights of the self-guided walking tour of Walkerville. INSET Majestic Romaninspired statuary greets visitors to Caesar’s Windsor Casino.
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ead south – but not too far south – for a whole new libation experience because big things are brewing, fermenting and distilling in Ontario’s southern-most region. Essex County has come to be recognized as a third wine region in Ontario – following the more established ones in Niagara and Prince Edward County – and the vintners there display their wares to visitors along the wine trail that winds its way along the north shore of Lake Erie, a treat for the eyes as well as the taste buds. Many of the wineries are located right on the shores of the lake, offering stunning views to enjoy while sipping samples. Couples heading off for weekends or longer retreats which respect the Canadian dollar and offer no border challenges can drive along the wine trail or leave the driving to professionals by hopping aboard the Windsor Essex Wine Tour Trolley. With all the vintages to sample along the way,
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the latter is definitely the smarter choice. Smaller settings, like Muscedere Vineyards, are family-run and you’re likely to be served a story, along with your sample. Surrounded by 12 acres of vines, Nona’s wood oven pizza is served to those who choose to rest a moment and enjoy the pastoral vista. In an elegantly converted tobacco barn, food and fire are available at Oxley Winery. The menu concentrates on locally produced ingredients, and those who enjoy a full-bodied red will love their Red Ripper. Oxley’s sommelier has paired samples with appropriate musical choices; both can be enjoyed next to the large outdoor wood-burning fireplace. To check out a variety of wineries and get your EPIC passport, go to www.epicwineries.com. Windsor and Essex County are becoming real foodie destinations, with choices in the larger centres as well as the smaller towns. For instance, City Grill in Windsor is an elegant setting for a night out down-
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town, and features a large selection of cocktails and menu items. Conversely, a relaxed meal while sitting on The Keg’s patio affords a panoramic view of Detroit’s night skyline. Or, if you’re looking for something off the beaten path, a cozy dinner featuring handmade pasta awaits in Amherstburg at the Artisan Grill. Before heading out on a self-guided walking tour of the historic Walkerville district (download a map at www.citywindsor.ca), stop into Twisted Apron for a quick breakfast or lunch. This funky eatery offers original twists on traditional faves, such as homemade pretzel rolls topped with maple glaze and smoked salt. You’ll work off the extra calories checking out the many turn-of-the-century homes on the tour, including the grand Willistead Estate, which belonged to Hiram Walker’s son. Local craft breweries carry on the proud tradition of supplying the area with tasty libations by offering a mind-boggling
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ABOVE CLOCKWISE The Canadian Transportation Museum features both antique and contemporary automobiles, a historic village and an Emergency Medical Services Museum. • Each of the 18 rooms is decorated differently at The Grove Hotel in Kingsville. A craft brewery and eatery will be added to this unique boutique hotel this spring. • Visitors to Amherstburg can stroll along the historic Detroit river waterfront and enjoy the gardens of King’s Navy Yard Park.
array of beer like those being produced at places such as Windsor’s Walkerville Brewery or Jack’s Gastropub (under the Banded Goose label) in Kingsville. These are just two of the stops on the Barrels, Bottles and Brews Trail. Trying a sampling of brews (usually called a paddle or flight) at each of the stops will ensure that you have a good handle on the local craft brewing scene. (Download passport for tour at www.barrelsbottlesbrews.ca.) Hiram Walker knew a good thing when he settled in Windsor and new kids on the block at Wolfhead Distillery have assumed the mantle. Located near Amherstburg, these distillers are taking whisky and vodka over the top by infusing them with naturally derived flavours, like grapefruit (vodka) and coffee beans (whisky). Lodging choices aren’t in short supply, either. From cozy B&Bs, like Honor’s Country House in Amherstburg, to
the splendour of Caesars Windsor’s luxe casino setting or the family-friendly Best Western Waterfront, you’ll be able to change rooms each night to try something different. The newest offering in Kingsville is The Grove Hotel and it’s a fun place to lay your head. With hints of a steampunk décor, each room in this boutique hotel is differently decorated and the service is as friendly as it is efficient. Arts and culture are also always on the menu in this travellers’ destination. Enjoy wandering through Windsor’s waterfront park, featuring original sculptures, or taking a guided tour by Robert Honor to learn about Amherstburg’s role in the War of 1812. This local historian is also one of the area artists featured at the Mudpuppy Gallery, a co-operative gallery. Those who love antique automobiles will want to stop into the Canadian Transportation Museum and Historical
• When visiting Windsor-Essex, couples will enjoy partaking of locally-sourced ingredients at excellent restaurants, like the Twisted Apron in Windsor (top), and local beers from the area’s many craft breweries, like Banded Goose at Jack’s Gastropub in Kingsville (bottom). • As one of Ontario’s newer wine-producing regions, fruits of the vine are plentiful along the Windsor-Essex wine route. • Oxley Winery’s sommelier has paired each of its wines with a piece of music.
Village outside of Kingsville. Transportation through the ages is highlighted indoors, while a walking tour through area history is available in a park-like setting. Fuel up first at its 1950s Diner, located inside the museum building, with a bite of all-day breakfast at old fashioned prices. When all the walking involved in touring has tired you out, drop into the Dalhousie Bistro in Amherstburg for a glass of local wine or a Spanish coffee. Positioned across from King’s Navy Yard Park, this rest stop offers the added attraction of a nice view of the Detroit River. Heading south for a taste tour of Windsor-Essex is a sure way to flavour your summer travels.n FOR MORE INFORMATION
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JACK’S GASTROPUB A staple in the town’s amazing restaurant scene since 1989, JACK`S invites you to be a part of what we ‘LOVE’ to do. When in town, please join Us on our wrap-around porch, outdoor patios or distinctive inside dining rooms. Enjoy wine from the surrounding EPIC wineries, local brews featuring in-house BgB and seasonal menus created with our local farmers, producers & artisans. INN31 In THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, 31 Divison Street, South, downtown Kingsville. Enjoy one of our three distinctive suites on the second floor of the original circa 1880 homestead. Surround yourself with all the comforts of today’s modern amenities while charmed with its history. Enjoy our Inns while touring the town’s wineries, breweries & amazing restaurants. Down the street at 136 Mill West our partner Inn, Heart & Soul offers the same luxuries with its own historic charm.
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