The COVID-19 pandemic caused many events to be put on temporary hold. Many of these events have since made a comeback, while there are those that are about to make their return. One of these events is the 16th Annual Wine & Food Show, which is return to the scene after a four-year absence. 

If you are planning to participate in the event, here are some things you should know

16th Annual Wine & Food Show Basic Event Details 

The 16th Annual Wine & Food Show will be held in London, Ontario, from January 12 to 13. Specifically, it will be at Western Fair District - Agriplex, 845 Florence Street, London, Ontario N5W 6G6. 

Tickets cost from $13.16 to $58.95. However, it should be noted that it is an event only for those aged 19 years old and above. IDs are required upon entry, and babies, toddlers, and children are not allowed to attend. 

Attendees can expect cooking and tasting experiences, as well as themed lounges, educational seminars, and live music. 

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Around 100 exhibitors are expected to participate in this year's 16th Annual Wine & Food Show. Among the wine brands and wineries participating are Dark Horse Estate Winery, Frisky Beaver, and Smoke & Gamble Winery. Beer brands and breweries that will participate include London Brewing, Toboggan Brewing Co, and Broken Rail Brewing, among others. 

If wine and beer are not enough to satisfy the appetite for alcohol, there are also spirits and distilleries participating in the event. These include Wolfhead Distillery, Paradigm Spirits, and Craft Papi Inc. 

As for food, exhibitors include Fiesta Empanada, C'Angelina, Great Lakes Goat Dairy, Pika Pika, The Pie Boss, and Yogen Fruz, among others. Non-alcoholic beverages that will participate include Coca-Cola Canada, Filter Cafe, and Culligan Water. 

You can find the full exhibitor list here

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