‘Take that!’

First annual grape stomping event brings visitors to Alton Farms Estate Winery

Visitors at Lambton County’s first annual grape stomp try to crush the competition.  Among the competitors were Ryan Fitzgerald, left, Riley Scott, centre, and Brady Phillips.  Many took part, stomping to the beat of Irish folk music by the band, Keltara.  Alton Farms Estate Winery in Plympton-Wyoming hosted the event on Sunday, September 25, 2016. Photo by Gina Robertson.
Visitors at Lambton County’s first annual grape stomp try to crush the competition. Among the competitors were Ryan Fitzgerald, left, Riley Scott, centre, and Brady Phillips. Many took part, stomping to the beat of Irish folk music by the band, Keltara. Alton Farms Estate Winery in Plympton-Wyoming hosted the event on Sunday, September 25, 2016. Photo by Gina Robertson.

Visitors at Lambton County’s first annual grape stomp on Sunday gave it their best as they tried to “crush” the competition.

The event, which was held Sunday (September 26) at Alton Farms Estate Winery, attracted a number of visitors, each paying $5 for the privilege of competing.

Musical entertainment was provided by Keltara, an Irish folk music band.

Proceeds from the event were donated to the Bluewater Centre for Raptor Rehabilitation.

Grace, left, and Lily Nelles won’t soon forget their first crush during Lambton County’s First Annual Grape stomp hosted by Alton Farms Estate Winery in Plympton-Wyoming on Sunday, September 25, 2016. Photo by Gina Robertson.
Grace, left, and Lily Nelles won’t soon forget their first crush during Lambton County’s First Annual Grape stomp hosted by Alton Farms Estate Winery in Plympton-Wyoming on Sunday, September 25, 2016. Photo by Gina Robertson.

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