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The Most Thrilling Niagara Wines for 2016, plus the Red and White Wine of the Year

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We have tasted an ocean of wines here at Wines In Niagara this year, the vast majority from the Niagara region. After poring over hundreds of reviews, we offer the Top 10 Most Thrilling Niagara Red and White Wines of 2016. 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

Two very different sides to the wine portfolio at Niagara’s Rennie Estate Winery

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There are two sides to the wines from Rennie Estate Winery — those of character, and those of style. Continue reading

UPDATED: In search of minerality in wine: Scientists set out to discover ‘terroir’ in Niagara’s vineyards

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Editor’s note: At the end of July, Earth Scientists Mike Rick and Alex Brunton led a group of geologists to Niagara to explore an age-old question: Is there such a thing as “terroir” in wine and can you taste the distinct geology or minerality in a wine? Continue reading

Creekside’s Laura White 2010 leads the Vintages release at the LCBO on Saturday

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The Vintages release Saturday at the LCBO includes a trio of wines from the excellent 2010 vintage. Continue reading

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