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Rennie Vineyards, Vineland Research team up to perfect appassimento wines (plus various reviews)


For Graham Rennie, a Beamsville Bench grape grower and now winemaker, the key to combating the wildly fluctuating seasons in Niagara is to utilize an old trick traditionally used for the production of Amarone, a richly flavoured Italian wine. Continue reading

A bevy of B.C. wines reviewed: Township 7, Tinhorn, Fort Berens, McWatters Chardonnay


I had the pleasure of being one of the judges for the Canadian Wine Awards held this summer in the Okanagan Valley. Continue reading

Top Niagara Pinot Noirs and a couple of wow Chards lead the charge at Vintages release Saturday


Le Clos Jordanne winemaker Sebastien Jacquey was effusive in his praise of the 2009 vintage for Niagara Pinot Noirs when I tasted the wines with him over a year ago. Continue reading

Ontario Wine Council pushes for private wine stores, a plan that just might work


It’s a plan that has the potential to bring about the most important change in Ont

ario wine buying since Prohibition was repealed in this province in on Oct. 23, 1924. Continue reading

Dining at Koutouki is all about Greek charm and hospitality


By Mike Lowe

Three years after my first meal at Koutouki Greek Cuisine, located in Niagara Falls, the restaurant appears to be going strong and seems to have established a base of loyal customers. Continue reading

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