Wines In Niagara

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Author: Rick VanSickle (page 2 of 187)

CanadaWINE150: Returning to our roots one vineyard (or hopyard) at a time

Canada wine

By Jeffrey Pinhey

HALIFAX — The lifestyles and type of communities that evolve in wine growing regions connect people to the land, now perhaps more than at any time in our lives. Continue reading

CanadaWINE150: From Baby Duck to international acclaim

Canadian wine

By Shawn McCormick

OTTAWA — You might say I am infatuated with Canadian wine. But don’t worry, I’m currently quite proud of that label! Continue reading

The wine wire: Paul Bosc Sr. honoured, sustainable vineyard program, new grapevine certification network formed

Paul Bosc Sr. is a true pioneer of the Ontario wine industry, one of the founding fathers of the modern grape and wine industry in Canada, and he was recognized for just that by the Grape Growers of Ontario. Continue reading

In review: Southbrook’s new organic cider, Vineland sparkling duo, B.C.’s JoieFarm, Vintages’ local releases, Social Lite

Best Ontario cider

By Rick VanSickle

Southbrook Vineyards just did something that all Ontario craft cider makers should take note of. Continue reading

Rumble in the Vineyard: Quarry Road vs. Robyn’s Block chards from Tawse (plus all spring release reviews)

Best Ontario wine

By Rick VanSickle and Michael Lowe

The single-vineyard Chardonnays from Tawse have always scored high, not just by Wines In Niagara, but by most reviewers who taste these top-notch wines every vintage. Continue reading

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