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Barefoot in Vermont: A Tastecamp diary of deliciousness

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One of the lasting visuals (among many) from a boozy sweep through Vermont recently was the sight of brothers Chris and Jon Piana holding court in the chilly, cement floor barrel cellar of their new Fable Farm cidery (or fermentory, as they call it), both barefoot and fancy free; plaid was in ample supply, ball caps a prerequisite. Continue reading

The results are in for the 2016 Ontario Wine Awards

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After judging 467 Ontario wines, it was finally time to reveal the winners of the 22nd Ontario Wine Awards on Wednesday in Niagara. Continue reading

Millennials are NOT killing wine, they’re drinking it, and isn’t that a good thing?

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People need to just stop FREAKING OUT over that crazy notion that Millennials are killing wine. Take a deep breath, the downward facing dog pose might help, and think about this for a moment. Millennials are just like every generation before them. The only difference is they are one wrung up on the evolutionary ladder. And, oh my god, that is scaring the crap out of people. Continue reading

Exploring the spring wine releases from B.C.’s Tinhorn Creek, Evolve Cellars and 40 Knots

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Tasting through a wide range of B.C. wines, as I am fortunate to do on a semi-regular basis, I am always excited by the sky’s-the-limit attitude of winemakers in the “can-do” province. Continue reading

The Big Wine Post: New reviews for David Hearn, Vineland Estates, Kacaba, Henry of Pelham, Chateau des Charmes, Niagara Vintages releases and much more

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Spring has fully sprung in Ontario at long last and the buds on the grape vines are bursting into full leaf. It is a glorious time to get out there and taste the bounty of what Ontario farmers have to offer. Continue reading

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