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The wine wire: Paul Bosc Sr. honoured, sustainable vineyard program, new grapevine certification network formed

Paul Bosc Sr. is a true pioneer of the Ontario wine industry, one of the founding fathers of the modern grape and wine industry in Canada, and he was recognized for just that by the Grape Growers of Ontario. Continue reading

Cool Niagara Chardonnay featured in Vintages Saturday release; plus new wines from Flat Rock, Henry of Pelham

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A pair of Chardonnays lead the pack for Niagara wine releases at Vintages on Saturday, along with a re-release of the very fine Stratus Red 2012. Continue reading

Pair of wonderful Niagara Rieslings leads Vintages wine release Saturday; plus a beauty from Guigal and a wild/weird cider

Best Niagara Riesling

By Rick VanSickle

If you love Niagara Riesling (and, hey, who doesn’t) you are going love the Vintages release this Saturday. Continue reading

Preview of upcoming Kacaba wines from Niagara, plus Vintages’ March 4 Niagara wine release highlights

By Rick VanSickle

Not a huge selection of Niagara wines released last Saturday at Vintages, but there are a couple of gems, and if you’re a fan of all Canadian wines, there is a fairly large contingent of wines from the Okanagan. Continue reading

Canadian wines shine at three fine wine auctions in February; plus Niagara wines released at Vintages Saturday

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By Rick VanSickle

As wine actions go, February is the mother of all wine auctions in Ontario. No less than four high-end sessions of bidding for rare and fine wine in various formats go under the hammer in this the month of love. Continue reading

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