In so many ways, the wine industry in British Columbia has evolved much more rapidly than in here in Ontario.
By Mike Lowe The third annual Niagara Food and Wine Expo kicked off Friday at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls. Although many attendees on Friday night agreed that the show seemed a bit smaller in terms of the number of exhibitors, there are still many palate-pleasing options...
The past two weekends a panel of 12 judges and several volunteers gathered at Crush Wine Bar to assess over 500 wines from 73 different Ontario wineries.
Spring has sprung and wineries in Niagara are releasing their aromatic white wines (and some reds) at an alarming rate as the annual onslaught of thirsty visitors pour into the region.
The stories of small winemakers in Niagara are endless and how they got to be where they are is as varied as the wines they choose to make.