Wines In Niagara

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Sunday drive in Niagara: Michael Lowe eats and drinks his way along the Wine Route

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By Michael Lowe

Winter in Niagara is winding down but the curve into spring looks like it may be a long and winding road. So why not shrug it off with a Sunday drive the wine route. Continue reading

Kitchen 76 at Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Two Sisters Vineyards — a double dose of good taste

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By Michael Lowe

On my first visit to Two Sisters Vineyards, chefs were tasting through the menu in preparation for the opening of their restaurant. Great wine is even better when paired with great food and Kitchen 76 does just that. Continue reading

Chefs step up to the plate at Cuvée 2015

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By Michael Lowe

For many, Cuvée is all about the wine. This year, with so many wines on show from the fabulous 2012 vintage, the chefs of Cuvée 2015 had their work cut out for them — and they delivered the goods in style. Continue reading

The Garrison House in Niagara-on-the-Lake: Defending against boring food

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By Micheal Lowe

I’ve always been a sucker for bold, yet not overstated flavours, and lunch at The Garrison House last week left me vowing to return. Continue reading

Days of Wine and Chocolate serves up some much needed warmth in Niagara

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By Michael Lowe

February’s deep-freeze has descended on Niagara vineyards (Stratus pictured above) but the Wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake have something to distract you from the cold. Days of Wine and Chocolate, held each weekend this month, has some great pairings on offer. Here’s a glimpse of what’s in store for passport holders. Continue reading

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