Wines In Niagara

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Author: Rick VanSickle (page 1 of 140)

Two very different sides to the wine portfolio at Niagara’s Rennie Estate Winery

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There are two sides to the wines from Rennie Estate Winery — those of character, and those of style. Continue reading

A trilogy of Leaning Post Pinot Noirs, plus Bachelder’s Wismer leads Vintages release Saturday

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There is no questioning winemaker Ilya Senchuk’s deep love for Pinot Noir; it is the heart and soul of his stylish portfolio of wines at Leaning Post. Continue reading

Deep Freeze in Wine Country: Putting grape bud survival rates into perspective

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Ontario is in the midst of yet another deep freeze this week, with the worst of it coming Wednesday, at least in Niagara, with lows predicted to approach -30 C. Continue reading

Another cruel Ontario winter causing potentially wide-spread grape bud damage

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The recent cold snap in Ontario has had a potentially devastating effect on grape vines — the second winter in a row for wide-spread bud damage. Continue reading

Increased wine imports not good news for Canada’s wine producers

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With VINEXPO releasing its 12th study of the world wine and spirits market, with an outlook to 2018, there are many reasons to smile – if you are a wine exporter. Continue reading

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