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Nothing spooky about Vintages’ Oct. 31 Niagara wine release: Flat Rock, Creekside, Henry of Pelham, Konzelmann reviews

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There is nothing at all spooky about the Niagara wines being released Oct. 31 at Vintages. In fact, the release features some very friendly wines, including a must-have Pinot Noir from Flat Rock Cellars. Continue reading

Bubbles and beer at Hinterland, more bubbles at The Old Third, and, welcome to The County, Derek Barnett

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In this report from Prince Edward County we have reviews from Hinterland and The Old Third, plus former Lailey winemaker Derek Barnett joins the team at Karlo Estates)

HILLIER, Prince Edward County — Talk about a winery with a lot going on, wow. Hinterland Wine Company starts from a base of the most exciting and innovative sparkling wine program in the country and expands from there. Continue reading

Michael Lowe reads Niagara chef Adam Hynam-Smith’s Curbside and cooks by the book

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By Michael Lowe

Niagara chef Adam Hynam-Smith’s cookbook, Curbside, hit bookstores a few months ago, much to the delight of local foodies. Here’s my take on it, from a cook’s perspective. Continue reading

Okanagan’s Road 13: Rooted in the past, moving to the future with Rhone varieties

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At Road 13 Vineyards in the Okanagan Valley it has always been “all about the dirt.” The motto has served them well over the past 13 years, but instead of coasting on past success, the team is reinventing their future. Continue reading

Some things are worth waiting for: Niagara wine reviews for Leaning Post, Inniskillin and Chateau des Charmes; plus JoieFarm from B.C.

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Winona’s Leaning Post Winery has finally released its Merlot from the 2012 vintage. As they say, some things are worth waiting for … and this is one of those things. Continue reading

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