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Farm wines, honest Niagara wines from Featherstone Estate Winery in Vineland

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By Rick VanSickle

It’s a pretty simple farming life for David Johnson and Louise Engel at their tiny, but spectacularly pretty winery on the Twenty Mile Bench. Continue reading

On hallowed ground: Tasting Inniskillin’s Niagara wines with winemaker Bruce Nicholson

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By Rick VanSickle

Just stepping onto the hallowed grounds of the historic Inniskillin Estate Winery in Niagara brings thoughts of what the original owners had to go through to get Ontario’s first winery licence in 1975. Continue reading

Brubacher Homestead B and B — A home away from home in Mennonite country

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By Michael Lowe

Whenever I plan a weekend away in Ontario, three things are at the top of the checklist — food, great accommodations close to our destinations, and something good to drink. Continue reading

Legendary Sandhill winemaker Howard Soon is calling it a day

A legend in B.C. winemaking is calling it a day. Howard Soon, the master winemaker for Sandhill Wines, is retiring, according to the Craig McDonald, VP of winemaking for the Peller Estates family of wines, which owns Sandhill. Here is his statement. Continue reading

An EPIC project to celebrate 150 years of Canadian wine

Story and photos by Gary Killops

Long before it ever became known as the designated wine region “Lake Erie North Shore,” there was an interesting history of winemaking in Windsor — Essex. Continue reading

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