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The case for Niagara wine country’s very first ‘Grand Cru’ winery: Hidden Bench

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By Rick VanSickle

Niagara Grand Cru. I’m just going to leave that there while you digest it. Heck, while I digest it. Continue reading

Jay Johnston taking over winemaking duties at Hidden Bench, plus spring release reviews

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By Rick VanSickle

When Jay Johnston takes over the winemaking duties at Hidden Bench Estate Winery on Aug. 1 he will inherit one of the most complete and important domaine portfolios in the country. Continue reading

A new chapter for Niagara’s 2027 Cellars, plus reviews for Tawse, Henry of Pelham, Redstone, Nyarai Cellars, Flat Rock, and Chateau des Charmes

DSC_3708For Kevin Panagapka, owner-winemaker of 2027 Cellars, one chapter has closed and a new one has begun. Continue reading

A chapter ends for Alvento winery in Niagara and a new chapter begins

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Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes Continue reading

Riesling, glorious Riesling, fresh from Harvest 2012 in Niagara

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Everywhere you look in Niagara the onslaught of grapes are coming into the winery ready to be sorted, crushed and sent on their way to ferment. Continue reading

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