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Queylus reserve Pinot Noir leads the Niagara wines released at Vintages Saturday, plus new wines from Tawse and Redstone

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Saturday’s Halloween release of Niagara wines offers some tasty treats from many of the top main varieties that do so well in this climate.
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Hey, Blue Jays, up your “champagne” game, plus Vintages Oct. 15 highlights, new Nyarai, Ravine Peach Cider, La Crema and more

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Vintages releases a fairly robust lineup of Niagara wines on Oct. 15, just in time to load up for the mighty Blue Jays’ run for the World Series. Continue reading

Happy 25th anniversary Trius Red, plus reviews for Peller wines, Chateau des Charmes, Henry of Pelham, Flat Rock and a whole bunch of bubbles

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The family of wines under the Andrew Peller Limited umbrella — Trius, Andrew Peller, Thirty Bench Winery and Wayne Gretzky (in Ontario, with other brands in the Okanagan Valley) — makes a wide range of vino from entry level to ultra premium across a wide spectrum of styles, varieties and blends. Continue reading

Lol. Vintages delivers the Canada Day wine release it forgot to on Canada Day. No biggie

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Sorry, LCBO, but I don’t get you. Such a lame-o release on the birthday of our great country July 1, with paltry few Canadian wines released to celebrate our big day, and presumably a few folks out there looking to party with local wines, and then suddenly in the middle of September, you drop the big one. Continue reading

The sheep days of summer: Sparse selection of Niagara wines at Vintages release, plus reviews for new B.C. winery Vanessa Vineyard

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The dog days (or sheep days, if you prefer) of this long, hot summer continue with another meager offering of local wines at the Vintages release Saturday at LCBO stores. Continue reading

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