Wines In Niagara

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Category: Niagara Wine Reviews (page 30 of 79)

Reviews by Rick

Bring on summer! Niagara wine releases from Chateau des Charmes, Coyote’s Run and the Good Earth

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It’s nearly summer and the wineries of Niagara are pumping out the new releases at a feverish pace. Continue reading

Foreign Affair sets the record straight on appassimento wines in Niagara (plus reviews of new wines)

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Len Crispino and his wife Marisa are quite animated as we discuss recent negative stories regarding one of the fastest growing styles of wines in Ontario. Continue reading

Featherstone Estate Winery: Farm wines made with authenticity on the Twenty Mile Bench

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There is the glitz and glamour of some of the larger wineries in Niagara, with big showy tasting rooms and grand facades that welcome a steady stream of visitors. Continue reading

A white Meritage to savour and other new wine releases from Jackson-Triggs Niagara

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I just returned from the Napa Valley and aside from the many Cabernet Sauvignons tasted and retasted and then tasted again, my group was also treated to a fair amount of Cali Sauvignon Blanc. Continue reading

Take a walk on the wild side: The Stratus Wildass Rose rocks it

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The appropriately named Wildass wines from Stratus dare to be different. And it excels in that brilliantly. Continue reading

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