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News stories by Rick

The winters of discontent: A cruel blow to Ontario wineries

aCraig Wismer Quenc

Beginning Note: This story was first published in Quench wine magazine and was written prior to the devastating frost earlier this spring in most wine regions of Ontario. Continue reading

Niagara’s coveted Lailey Vineyard sold, winemaker Barnett charts new course


“If one door closes, another door opens, I’m a big believer in that,” says former Lailey Vineyard partner and winemaker Derek Barnett, who, for the first time in 15 years, finds himself without a job. Continue reading

Radio jock Bob McCown has a message for you, Niagara wineries: You suck at your job


Welcome to Niagara, Bobcat. That was quite an entrance.
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Lunch with a legend: Donald Triggs living large on B.C.’s Golden Mile Bench (reviews for Culmina and Tinhorn Creek)


When Canadian wine legend Donald Triggs sends an invite for lunch you simply say what time and rearrange whatever else you have going on that day and show up with bells on. Continue reading

Niagara Sunset Cruises: Dinner with a gorgeous view


By Michael Lowe

Niagara-on-the-Lake draws tourists from around the globe and even locals, myself included, enjoy visiting this jewel of Niagara. But, now there’s a new way to experience the natural beauty of the area. Climb aboard the Niagara Belle (photo above) where you can wine and dine while taking in the sights. Continue reading

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