Arienne Parzei travelled around Ontario's Southwest to find some of the best Culinary Trails this region has to offer and documented that journey in four episodes! Watch the videos below and see what the Culinary Trails in Ontario’s Southwest have to offer:

PLEASE NOTE: This video was filmed before the Covid-19 pandemic. Please contact each location when planning your trip to ensure availability and to learn about booking requirements. Please follow all posted safety guidelines and procedures in the destination.

The Oxford County Cheese Trail

This culinary trail is made up of 24 stops and includes cheese makers, restaurants and local businesses all using cheese and milk products produced in the region. With so many stops, you'll have to make multiple visits to the region, so Arienne put together a weekend getaway itinerary for some of the best stops along the trail.

Eat Drink Dine Kingsville

Located along the north shores of Lake Erie, the town of Kingsville has developed into quite the culinary scene. Eat, Drink, Dine Kingsville is a group of restaurants and food establishments all working together to promote the culinary offerings in the area and this video showcases the members of the group.

The Barrels, Bottles and Brews Trail

The Barrels, Bottles and Brews Trail is made up of 11 stops and gives you the chance to learn about the history of Canadian whisky and sample some delicious craft beer. Watch as Arienne explores what the Windsor Essex County Pelee Island region has to offer.

The EPIC Wine Route

The EPIC Wine Route is made up of 14 wineries, each with their own unique offerings worthy of a visit. A great route in the Windsor Essex County Pelee Island region.

Check out more of Arienne's travels in Ontario's Southwest with her Small Town Getaways series.