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Wines of B.C. Part I: Reviews for Culmina, Time, Coolshanagh, Hester Creek, Evolve Cellars and McWatters Collection

wines of B.C.

By Rick VanSickle

From the Golden Mile Bench in the Okanagan Valley to the cool northern tip of the Naramata Bench, we begin a two-part look at the wines of B.C. with reviews for new wine releases from Culmina, Coolshanagh (top photo), Time, McWatters, Evolve and Hester Creek. Continue reading

Chili Jiao — Sichuan spice and all-day dim sum in Niagara-on-the-Lake

Niagara dining

By Michael Lowe

Following on the Asian theme of my last article about Masaki Sushi, I also paid a visit to the most recent addition to the Niagara-on-the-lake dining scene. Continue reading

Harvest vignettes from Niagara wine country with stops at Ravine, Vineland Estate, Stratus, Rosewood and Fielding

Niagara wine

Rick VanSickle

It’s getting down to the brass tacks in Niagara wine country as winemakers and growers turn their attention to the late-ripening red grapes during Harvest 2018. Continue reading

How a prolific wine collector from Quebec ended up buying into Niagara’s Domaine Queylus

In NIagara

By Rick VanSickle

The man sitting next to me at the St. Catharines Club dining room on a sunny fall harvest day in Niagara amassed a wine cellar with a staggering 35,000 bottles in his heyday of collecting. Continue reading

Masaki Sushi — A taste of Japan in Niagara-on-the-Lake

Niagara food

By Michael Lowe

The dining landscape in Niagara-on-the-lake has taken a notably Asian turn. Masaki Sushi, now about a year old, seems to already have a base of local followers. Continue reading

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