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The goal at 2027 Cellars is to ‘showcase the terroir;’ plus Niagara wines hitting Vintages shelves Saturday

Niagara wines

By Rick VanSickle

After 15 years of pushing the envelope in Niagara, winemaker Kevin Panagapka has found a comfortable cadence across the range of his portfolio that consists of Rieslings, Chardonnays, Pinot Noirs and traditionally made sparkling wines. Continue reading

Karl Kaiser’s remarkable life in Canadian wine: A tribute

Canadian wine

By Rick VanSickle

Who would have thought a casual dinner at a long shuttered tavern in Fonthill and a really horrible bottle of Château-Gai Sauterne would be the catalysts for the start of the modern wine industry in Canada? Continue reading

B.C. wine report: Duelling Chardonnays from McWatters and Culmina plus reviews for Evolve and Mission Hill

B.C. wine

By Rick VanSickle

With nearly a century of experience in the Canadian wine industry between them, it never fails to amaze me how these two legends continue to produce great wines at the highest level in this country vintage after vintage. Continue reading

Arterra Wines Canada welcomes B.C.’s Laughing Stock Vineyards into family

Wines Canada

Arterra Wines Canada said today that they have an agreement to acquire Laughing Stock Vineyards, a family-owned, premium boutique winery, founded in 2003 by David Cynthia Enns. Continue reading

Devouring downtown St. Catharines — a day of delectable dishes in the city centre

St. Catharines restaurants

By Michael Lowe

So what does a food writer, and self-confessed all-around food nerd, do with a day off? The answer is simple – wander about area restaurants eating great food and meeting the people who bring it to us. Continue reading

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