Wines In Niagara

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Category: Niagara Wine Reviews (page 1 of 108)

Reviews are by Rick VanSickle and Michael Lowe

Niagara’s Richard Liu wants to put Ontario ciders on the world stage, and he just might do it

Ontario cider

By Rick VanSickle

Richard Liu, above, has a plan and, oh boy, it’s a big one. He is not content with aiming at total domination of taps at Ontario bars and shelf space at the LCBO and grocery stores, though he’s doing quite well with that. Continue reading

B.C. Wine Report: Tinhorn’s new flagship wine, reviews for Culmina, Township 7, Castoro de Oro and JoieFarm, plus TIME wines at Flames games

B.C. wine

By Rick VanSickle

It has been a long, slow and calculated journey for the Golden Mile winery Tinhorn Creek Vineyards, but after 23 years of farming and winemaking in the southern Okanagan Valley, they finally have their flagship wine. Continue reading

What a time to be alive! Some gorgeous Niagara wine gems hit shelves at Vintages Saturday and beyond

Niagara wines

By Rick VanSickle

Some very interesting Niagara wines are becoming available to consumers from a couple of sources Saturday, this month and next. Continue reading

Wildings, lost wine barrels and white rabbits; yep, they do things a little differently at The Creek

Niagara wine

By Rick VanSickle

Conformity is not what Creekside Estate Winery in Niagara does. No, not at all. Never has, never will. Continue reading

It Was Written in the Stars … A Celestial Experience at Niagara’s Calamus Estate Winery

By Monica Kosior

I couldn’t have dreamt up a more perfect evening. Surrounded by my closest friends and family, a roaring fire and a beautiful August night sky. Continue reading

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