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After the fall: Life in The County could not be any better: Great wine, great people, great vibe

Prince Edward County wine

By Rick VanSickle

HILLIER, Prince Edward County — I’m loathe to even mention his name; how so quickly it became toxic, deservedly so, to utter it under any circumstances — but there we were in “King of the County” territory, the first time back since the king was king no more. Continue reading

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Prince Edward County’s Rosehall Run winery is getting all gussied up for its 10th anniversary of the opening of their tasting room and 15th anniversary of the planting of their vineyards with the release of their first sparkling wines. Continue reading

The winters of discontent: A cruel blow to Ontario wineries

aCraig Wismer Quenc

Beginning Note: This story was first published in Quench wine magazine and was written prior to the devastating frost earlier this spring in most wine regions of Ontario. Continue reading

Rosehall Run’s first 2014 wines, plus reviews for Niagara’s Fielding, Chateau des Charmes and Henry of Pelham

original_rosehall-run-hungry-point-unoaked-chardonnay-2013-207605-bottle-1408834656Rosehall Run winemaker Dan Sullivan calls the 2014 vintage “the best year ever for classically structured, intense and refined Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in my dozen years of winemaking in Prince Edward County.” Continue reading

The vintage that came in from the cold – what to expect from the 2014 polar vortex challenged wines in Ontario

hidden3I stole the headline from Prince Edward County’s Dan Sullivan, but it aptly describes one of the whackiest, most bizarre seasons of grape growing in Ontario’s history. That anyone will be sipping 2014 wines sometime in the very near future is a miracle in itself. Continue reading

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