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Reviews by Rick

The International Cool Climate Chardonnay Celebration in review: ‘In one sense we are all Burgundians now,’

photoIt’s been around since the Middle Ages, a long-standing member of the wine aristocracy, and it has held its noble head up high through the centuries despite periods of downright mediocrity. Continue reading

#OldNiagara, Part III: Konzelmann Johannisberg Riesling 1990, a ‘diamond’ in the rough

kmainHerbert Konzelmann is a fourth generation wine-maker and the first in the family to leave Germany in search of the next perfect spot to grow grapes. Continue reading

#oldniagara, bottle No. 2: A taste of the historic Marynissen Cabernet Sauvignon Lot 31 (A) 1991, a beauty that has aged with grace and poise

main31It just doesn’t get any more historic than the Marynissen Lot 31 Cabernet Sauvignon. Continue reading

Norman Hardie Chardonnay, Redstone Riesling top picks from Vintages Niagara wine release this weekend

xnorm poursThe Vintages release at the LCBO this Saturday is smaller than usual for Ontario wines, likely because of its upcoming focus on the region in September. But there are a couple of wines to take note of.
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PEC’s Rosehall Run adds to portfolio with five interesting artisanal, small-lot wines

mainPrince Edward County’s Rosehall Run winery is always thinking outside of the box, tweaking its portfolio and perpetually moving forward with its ever-expanding business plan. Continue reading

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