Wines In Niagara

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New 2012 Le Clos Jordanne released, plus reviews for Inniskillin, Jackson-Triggs and Kacaba


When Le Clos Jordanne arrived in the world it was with much fanfare and the highest of expectations.
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What to look for at Vintages Aug. 8 AND Aug. 22, plus Benjamin Bridge from Nova Scotia


A mid-summer release of wines on Saturday, Aug. 8, at Vintages features a few nice whites from Niagara. Continue reading

Riesling, Glorious Old Niagara Riesling: A tasting for the ages



Winemaker J.L. Groux arrived with a magnum of 1998 Trius Riesling and a bottle of Kir “in case we need to rescue it.” Continue reading

The winters of discontent: A cruel blow to Ontario wineries

aCraig Wismer Quenc

Beginning Note: This story was first published in Quench wine magazine and was written prior to the devastating frost earlier this spring in most wine regions of Ontario. Continue reading

Niagara’s coveted Lailey Vineyard sold, winemaker Barnett charts new course


“If one door closes, another door opens, I’m a big believer in that,” says former Lailey Vineyard partner and winemaker Derek Barnett, who, for the first time in 15 years, finds himself without a job. Continue reading

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