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A peek inside the upcoming wines from Niagara’s Tawse and sister winery Redstone

Tawse Estate Winery is one of the last in Niagara to release its Chardonnays from the 2012 vintage and, once again, winemaker Paul Pender has managed to showcase some stunning wines. Also in this report, we explore new wines from both Tawse and sister winery Redstone.

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The “Game Changer” optical grape sorter at Vineland Estates earns Premier’s Award


Vineland Estates Winery was recognized as a one of three provincial Leaders in Innovation at the 2015 Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation presented on Nov. 18.  Continue reading

Good, good, good, good vibrations … at Niagara’s Good Earth Food and Wine company


You get the sense that Nicolette Novak (above), proprietor and “Facilitator of Fun” at Beamsville’s Good Earth Food and Wine Co., is finally enjoying all the hard work she has put into building a business that is the perfect fusion of food and wine. Continue reading

Signs of recovery for Ontario grape growers; tonnage up from 2014, but still far below record 2013 levels


After a second consecutive bad winter in Ontario, the totals are in for harvested grapes in 2015 with signs of optimism. Continue reading

Vintages’ last big hurrah for the season features Niagara bubbles, Chard, Riesling and a big Cab Sauv


The last of the Vintages Christmas wine releases is this Saturday and, frankly, if you don’t get your shopping done soon, you will be left looking at empty shelves as the big day draws closer and closer. Continue reading

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