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Niagara’s Domaine Queylus: An upstart winery that hits the ground running with winemaker Thomas Bachelder

qquey mainThe guiding principle for establishing Niagara’s newest winery was relatively simple: “The business plan was easy — all the bottles would have to impress our wine club members,” says Gilles Chevalier (top photo), proprietor, along with 11 other partners, of Domaine Queylus. Continue reading

Thomas Bachelder reveals his new 2011 tri-regional Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs, oh my!

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When he isn’t jetting to France or Oregon, Thomas Bachelder is enjoying a more peaceful life with his wife and family in the pastoral setting of Fenwick, Ont. Continue reading

Drinking (and spitting) in the glorious land of Burgundy

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CHATEAU du CLOS de VOUGEOT, Burgundy — There was nothing s

triking about the average looking man in the smart blue blazer as he approached the spittoon swiftly and with purpose. His lips were squeezed tight as he swished, savoured, and contemplated the wine he had drawn into his mouth. Continue reading

Final day in Burgundy. Grand Crus, Pascal Marchand and more

 

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Note: Wines In Niagara is compiling a daily photo blog from Burgundy during the Grands Jours de Bourgogne, an annual celebration of the wines from the entire region. Continue reading

Burgundy Day IV: Montrachet vineyard and Cote Chalonnaise, oh my!

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The grand of the grand, the Montrachet vineyard, where (arguably) the world's greatest expression of Chardonnay is made.

 

Note: Wines In Niagara is compiling a daily photo blog from Burgundy during the Grands Jours de Bourgogne, an annual celebration of the wines from the entire region. Continue reading

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