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Category: Niagara Wine Reviews (page 30 of 73)

Reviews by Rick

How sweet it is! Niagara icewines pulling out all the stops in quest for popularity


This week should provide the cold weather needed to complete the icewine harvest for 2012, which is good news for Ontario wineries who have had only a couple of brief cold spells so far this winter to bring in the grapes. Continue reading

Appassimentio-style Sauvignon Blanc? Why not give it a try? New Niagara releases at Vintages


The Vintages release this Saturday features a diverse selection of Niagara wines, led by the partially dried-fruit style of Sauvignon Blanc created by the innovative folks at the Foreign Affair winery in Vineland. Continue reading

The big red wine release from the 2010 vintage at Calamus Estate Winery


There is always a peaceful easy feeling as you make the short trek from the village of Jordan along the twisty road that borders the Balls Falls Conservation Area to the rustic Calamus Estate Winery. Continue reading

Niagara College and the intricate balance between fine Ontario wine and education


One of our region’s greatest vinous treasures and a source of endless expertise, churned out every year in the form of students, is the Niagara College Teaching Winery. Continue reading

Daniel Lenko is back and he’s making a very loud statement with his 2010 wines


Daniel Lenko is back and he definitely wants you to know it. And if you need a reminder, just check out the 53-foot trailer he’s parked along the South Service Road just before the Ontario Street exit along the QEW. Continue reading

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