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Harvest in Niagara: Mad dash to the end, plus reviews for Jackson-Triggs, Inniskillin, Lakeview, EastDell, Tawse, Chateau des Charmes, Fielding, Vineland Estates, Malivoire and Henry of Pelham

hiddenThe grape harvest in Niagara is well in hand with most white varieties safely in he house along with early-ripening reds such as Pinot Noir and Gamay. Continue reading

Just a whole lot of treats coming for the Halloween Vintages release this Saturday: Coyote’s Run, Rennie Estate, Le Clos and Wildass and more

14129129498_a9b2605db5There is nothing scary about the Halloween release at Vintages Oct. 25 in terms of Niagara wines being made available. Continue reading

Daniel Lenko comes out swinging with his 2012 portfolio, plus #OldNiagara series looks at the Stoney Ridge Lenko Vineyards Merlot from 1989

dan the manDaniel Lenko and his family have been growing grapes at the Beamsville Bench property since 1959 when Lenko’s grandfather John and father William planted some of the first Chardonnay vines in Canada. Continue reading

A rant on the kitchen sink blends from Ontario that have hit epic proportions, plus Ontario Vintages wines release Saturday and new Kacaba reds

traditional-kitchen-sinksI’m in a very sour mood. So, bear with me here. Continue reading

Parts V, VI, VII, VIII of #OldNiagara: We explore Cave Spring 1989, Stonechurch 1997, Konzelmann 1991 and Quails’ Gate Optima 1991

collagePicMonkey CollageMy goal is to taste 52 older vintage (20 years or more, with an exception or two along the way) Canadian wines in a year and write about them good or bad for this series called #OldNiagara. Continue reading

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