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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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It’s a question as old as time: Is bigger better (we’re talking wine, of course, Ontario wine)? We have answers

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Big. It means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Some swear by it, others loathe it. So, it begs that age-old question: Is bigger really better? 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 long, hot, dry summer: An early exploration of Vintage 2016 in Niagara

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And then the rain came. Hard. And it came again, bathing Niagara wine country in a much-needed soaking. Continue reading

Is it wrong to covet thy neighbour’s vineyard? Not these ones, they are Niagara’s best

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Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s vineyard. Repeat after me. Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour’s vineyard. It’s OK to look. It’s perfectly cool to gaze longingly over the fence at all that limestone-enriched dirt and those perfectly manicured rows of grape vines undulating gently in the summer breeze, but no coveting. That’s just wrong. Continue reading

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