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Wine wire: B.C.’s Hester Creek celebrates 50-year-old vineyard, new Ontario ciders, Niagara wine highlights at Vintages

B.C. wines

By Rick VanSickle

Hester Creek Estate Winery celebrates its 50th anniversary of their Golden Mile Bench estate vineyard this year. Continue reading

Looking back at the year that was in the Canadian wine industry; plus reviews for Fielding, Adamo, Gabbiano, Kendall-Jackson

Canadian wine

By Rick VanSickle

With 2017 now clearly in the rear-view mirror (or left now to a 2017 Instagram collage) it’s time to take stock of what we lost, what we gained and how it will impact the Canadian wine industry in 2018. Continue reading

Update 3: Despite Coyote’s Run staff told winery was sold, owner now says it wasn’t

Niagara marijuana

By Rick VanSickle

Well, in a bit of shocking twist, Niagara’s Coyote’s Run Winery, which a week ago appeared to be sold to Tweed, a legal marijuana company (at least according to what staff were told) is no longer for sale and never was, says the owner. Continue reading

Solid as a Rock: Tasting with veteran winemaker Sheppard at his new digs at Flat Rock Cellars

Niagara wine

By Rick VanSickle

When last we chatted, winemaker David Sheppard was adjusting to new owners at Coyote’s Run Winery and was excited about the challenges ahead at the St. David’s winery. Continue reading

Crushing it at Cuveé 2017: The wines, the food, the awards, the crowds, oh my!

Best Ontario wine

By Rick VanSickle
The Cuveé folks crushed it this year — I mean literally CRUSHED IT. Once those doors opened to the paying guests at 7:30 p.m. at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls all bets were off. Continue reading

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