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The grape harvest for what looks like a stunning 2018 vintage begins in Niagara wine country

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And so it begins … Henry of Pelham kicked off harvest in Niagara with the first hand-picked Pinot Noir for its sparkling program coming off the wine early Thursday. Continue reading

B.C.’s Okanagan Crush Pad goes all natural with Free Form wines, plus stunning new releases from JoieFarm’s 2016 vintage

B.C. wine

By Rick VanSickle

The goal at Okanagan Crush Pad in Summerland, B.C. was never to make natural wines per se, but to make “technically sound, vineyard-specific, unadulterated wines that are delicious, complex and thought-provoking.” Continue reading

De Moura did it his way in Niagara, plus Cattail Creek shuttering winery, Vintages suggestions, wine reviews for Flat Rock, Chateau des Charmes

In Niagara

By Rick VanSickle

It was a snow-packed winter’s day in Niagara when our crew of wine tasters braved the steep incline down the unplowed driveway of wine country’s newest winery in February of 2011. Continue reading

Niagara’s PondView winery takes its sparkling program to a whole new level; welcome to the club

Niagara wine

By Rick VanSickle

Things are popping at Niagara’s PondView Estate Winery. Continue reading

What’s so cool about cool-climate Chardonnay? As writer Lindsay discovers at i4C, there’s a style for just about everyone

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By Lindsay Schwenker

July in Niagara can be unpredictable, however, we can always count on having a killer weekend celebrating cool climate Chardonnay. Continue reading

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