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Three wines, three countries with a Niagara connection leads picks for Vintages release Saturday

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It’s not a huge release of Niagara wines on Saturday, May 2 at Vintages, but there are a few wines with a Niagara connection that I can recommend. Continue reading

The Brooks are living their dream with Back 10 Cellars in Niagara

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The last time I caught up with Andrew Brooks, exactly two years ago, he had just released his first wine, The Big Reach Riesling, and was just beginning to realize the dream of owning a vineyard and making wine. Continue reading

Rosehall Run’s first 2014 wines, plus reviews for Niagara’s Fielding, Chateau des Charmes and Henry of Pelham

original_rosehall-run-hungry-point-unoaked-chardonnay-2013-207605-bottle-1408834656Rosehall Run winemaker Dan Sullivan calls the 2014 vintage “the best year ever for classically structured, intense and refined Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in my dozen years of winemaking in Prince Edward County.” Continue reading

Good things grow in Ontario: Inside the new digs of cider producer West Avenue Cider

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Deep inside the industrial labyrinth of East Hamilton, on the outer edges of Stoney Creek, a beautiful thing is fermenting inside a spacious warehouse now occupied by West Avenue Cider. Continue reading

It’s definitely time to think pink: 7 Rosés from Ontario to B.C. to get your spring started

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I knew Rosé-style wines had crossed that thin line between niche and mainstream a few years ago when I brought a few of bottles to my annual “boys golf weekend” in Collingwood. Continue reading

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