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Things are getting a little ‘wild’ at Thirty Bench on the Beamsville Bench

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Thirty Bench winemaker Emma Garner is a perfectionist, and if things aren’t perfect, or at least heading in that direction, she changes gears and re-invents what has has already been traditionally established. Continue reading

The Rogue Rangers: Would be Canadian winemakers crafting wines off the grid

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Every so often, when time and distance permit, they come together for a board meeting and a few beers in a tiny, crowded Grimsby garage, to discuss the business at hand: Fermentation, pH, oak, battonage and the finer points of crafting a home-made wine that they can collectively call their own. Continue reading

Okanagan’s Golden Mile Bench Geographical Indication (GI) is a first In British Columbia

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After submitting a proposal in May 2014 to the B.C. Wine Authority, a group of wine producers has finally received approval from the Ministry of Agriculture on B.C.’s first sub-GI: Golden Mile Bench, according to a news release submitted to Wines In Niagara. Continue reading

Pearl Morissette’s Black Ball Riesling 2013 passes muster with VQA, hits Vintages shelves on Saturday

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The mere name “Black Ball” is borne out of failure, failure time and time again, that even with success the name has stuck. Continue reading

16 exciting wines from Niagara’s 2012 vintage you MUST buy for your cellar

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There is no question the 2012 vintage will go down in history as producing some of the most stunning wines ever in Niagara. Continue reading

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