Our run is a FUN run not a race, however, we do celebrate the Top 3 Male and Top 3 Female runners who make it to our finish winery ahead of the pack. This year’s run was a scorcher so 10km felt like twice the distance in the heat!
Outstanding in their field for male runners from left to right: Dan Buffery was the 1st to cross in approximately 43 minutes (we don’t wear time chips – the time is kept by one of our volunteers at the finish line) followed by Jeff Green at 45 minutes (Jeff is a returning Top 3 runner from 2015) and Mathieu Carriere and his Pointer at 49 minutes.
Outstanding in their field for female runners from Left to Right: Isabelle Décarie MacKenzie came in at 52 minutes followed by Tori Maden in 53 minutes and Shauna Duigenan in 54 minutes.
Congratulations to all 6 of you as you receive a complimentary registration for our 2017 May 27th run!
Happy New Year everyone! It’s hard to believe that it’s January 2012, especially with the gorgeous weather we’ve been having – Andrew and I have had some great runs still wearing shorts!
Terroir Run Route c/o Mark MacCharles
We’ve been receiving lots of requests for more details about our 2nd annual Terroir Run and we’re excited to release the details of this year’s event. We’ve decided to host our 10.9km fun run during the weekend that celebrates ‘terroir’ in PEC. The Prince Edward County Winegrowers host their annual Terroir County Wine Celebration on Saturday, May 26th. Our run will take place on Sunday, May 27th. The route will remain the same as 2011 – starting off at The Old Third Vineyard and run along Closson Road past Closson Chase Winery, Lacey Estates Vineyard & Winery, Lift Haus Winery, The Grange of Prince Edward Vineyards & Estate Winery, Hinterland Wine Co., down Benway Road to Greer Road and west on Greer Road past Casa-Dea Estates Winery, Rosehall Run Winery and finishing off at Norman Hardie Winery.
Our runners will enjoy some great County hospitality, fabulous fresh, seasonal fare and County wines and beers post race. Winemaker Norman Hardie and his team will be serving up woodfired pizza, Chef Cynthia Peters of From the Farm Cooking School wil be serving up salad and we have some more treats in store. In addition to lots of water to hydrate, wines from each of the wineries we pass will be served as well as a range of other County beverages.
For those runners and their spouses that want to make it a complete vacation to the County – consider booking a Terroir Weekend package! Packages will include 2 nights accommodation, 2 tickets to the Terroir County Wine Festival and 2 registrations to our Terroir Run (packages with one registration be also be available). We expect to have packages ready by the end of January. Registration for the run is now live on EventBrite.