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Reviews by Rick

The County’s Rosehall Run brings out the best of Chardonnay and Pinot from the warm 2010 vintage


It’s no longer a secret that Prince Edward County has some very special dirt that seems to coax the best out of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vines. Continue reading

Brock Experts Tasting: Where ‘experts’ learn all about humility in wine tasting

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Damn you, Malbec. And damn you, J-L Groux and your Malbec (I’m only half kidding, of course, but damn it). Continue reading

The wines of Cuvee 2013: A good representation of the best of what Ontario does in VQA wines


One of the busiest wine weekends of the year in Niagara has come and gone and, it’s pretty safe to say, that to who all came to the revamped Cuvée gala, the best Niagara (with a smattering of other Ontario) wines were enjoyed. Continue reading

A grand tasting with the chefs of Cuvée 2013 at the Fallsview Casino in Niagara Falls


By Michael Lowe

The 25th anniversary of Cuvée, held March 1 at Fallsview Casino, was, in many ways, a celebration of the event’s roots. No wine awards, no long-winded speeches – just great wine and food served in grand style. In other words, and in many ways, a big step forward. Continue reading

The mystery and intrigue behind Cave Spring’s The Adam Steps Riesling; plus a bevy of other Niagara wine releases


The Cave Spring Vineyard, located high up on a terrace of the Niagara Escarpment overlooking Lake Ontario on the Beamsville Bench, is easily one of Canada’s top three Riesling vineyards. Continue reading

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