Wines In Niagara

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Radio jock Bob McCown has a message for you, Niagara wineries: You suck at your job


Welcome to Niagara, Bobcat. That was quite an entrance.
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Tripping through the Okanagan and Similkameen valleys: Stunning vistas, stunning wines

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Back from a seven-day jaunt through the imposing and majestic Okanagan and Similkameen valleys, I’ve had time to reflect on the progress the two distinct wine and culinary regions have achieved in their relatively brief existence. Continue reading

Summer wine reviews for Vineland Estate, Tawse Winery, Kacaba and Casa-Dea (Prince Edward County)


No preamble today, it’s summer, and who the heck has time to read while all this sunshine and glorious heat surrounds us. Just a few reviews for your consideration from some great Ontario wineries including Niagara’s Vineland Estate, Tawse Winery, Kacaba and Prince Edward County’s Casa-Dea. Continue reading

Lunch with a legend: Donald Triggs living large on B.C.’s Golden Mile Bench (reviews for Culmina and Tinhorn Creek)


When Canadian wine legend Donald Triggs sends an invite for lunch you simply say what time and rearrange whatever else you have going on that day and show up with bells on. Continue reading

Some cool Chardonnays released at Vintages in advance of i4C in Niagara July 17-19


To get you fully in the mood for the International Cool Climate Chardonnay Festival (i4C) that runs from July 17-19 in Niagara, Vintages is releasing a few cool Chardonnays on Saturday July 11. Continue reading

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