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What I wouldn’t give for a teleporter, warmer days, and a good nap


By Brian Yeo

Now I certainly don’t want to set the tone for this piece with the perception that I’m whining,
anything but, but as I sit here contemplating my schedule for the next couple of weeks I’m
thinking I may be better off scheduling times to sleep into my calendar rather than all that is
happening in the craft beer world. Continue reading

Flagship white from Stratus leads Vintages release Saturday



art of the assemblage is at the very heart of what Stratus Vineyard does. All wines, all expressions made at the Niagara-on-the-Lake winery flow from the top Red and White blends made in any given vintage. Continue reading

Get Fresh in Niagara’s Twenty Valley this spring

Ontario Wine and Regional Cuisine

Note: The popular Get Fresh in the Valley program, that takes place at wineries in the Twenty Valley of Niagara, is set to take place in April and May. The following is a news release providing the details. Continue reading

Spencer’s chef taking the world of cider to a whole new level

duck serve

Spencer’s at the Waterfront in Burlington is a spectacular venue for brunch, lunch or dinner with an ever-changing menu of creative and seasonal delights.

The view along Lake Ontario — in winter, spring, summer or fall — just can’t be beat and the staff, led by Executive Chef Chris Haworth along with Chef de Cuisine Andrew McLeod, make sure the view isn’t the only thing that keeps you coming back for more. Continue reading

King’s Court, Reif and Angels Gate wine reviews


The Zimmermann family comes from a long line of winemaking expertise deeply rooted in German traditions. Continue reading

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