Wines In Niagara

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Category: Niagara Wine Reviews (page 30 of 92)

Reviews by Rick

Drop. Dead. Gorgeous. Yep, that’s the Okanagan Valley, all right. Not only pretty, but some mighty fine wines to boot: Summer wines in review

switchback vineyard copyIt is no surprise to me that the Okanagan Valley has been voted the second best wine region to visit amongst 20 worldwide nominees by the USA Today Readers’ Choice 2014 Awards. Continue reading

The art of the blend at Stratus Vineyards offers a revolving portfolio of interesting wines each and every vintage

mainStratus likes to call it “the right to free assemblage.” Therein lies the philosophy behind everything the Niagara-on-the-Lake winery does with its wine program. Continue reading

A slew of summer wines from Ontario reviewed from Fielding, Tawse, EastDell, Colio, Chateau des Charmes, Trius and 13th Street. Cheers!

DSC_3091Ahhh, summer, where the living is easy and the wine better fit perfectly on the porch, dock or poolside or we just aren’t drinking it. Give me fresh. Give me easy. Give me juicy fruit. Is that too much to ask for? Continue reading

Niagara’s Domaine Queylus: An upstart winery that hits the ground running with winemaker Thomas Bachelder

qquey mainThe guiding principle for establishing Niagara’s newest winery was relatively simple: “The business plan was easy — all the bottles would have to impress our wine club members,” says Gilles Chevalier (top photo), proprietor, along with 11 other partners, of Domaine Queylus. Continue reading

Vintages’ Niagara wine release features Chardonnay, just in time for the big i4c celebration of everything Cool Climate Chardonnay

I4c-2012_292A tidy little release of Niagara wines hits the shelves at Vintages Saturday with Chardonnay taking a front-row seat, just in time for the big i4c celebration of all things Chardonnay this weekend. Continue reading

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