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Prince Edward County, Part III: A visit to Lighthall, Grange and Harwood, plus new Karlo, Casa-Dea wines reviewed

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PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY — You learn, after a few trips of trying, that it’s just not possible to visit more than three or four Prince Edward County wineries in a day — no matter how far you’ve come or how hard you try. Continue reading

Skate with former NHL greats at Diamond Estates Saturday

NOTE: Diamond Estates is holding a ‘Skate with the Greats’ at the winery with
NHL Alumni helping to officially open the outdoor skating rink at the Niagara-on-the-Lake winery. Here is the news release on the event. Continue reading

The reserve wines from Diamond Estates in review

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Diamond Estates has been an ever-evolving entity on the Niagara wine scene but is now starting to put the pieces together in a consolidation that makes it easier to understand the various brands and just how exactly they all fit under one umbrella. Continue reading

Hinterbrook’s debut Riesling, other Niagara wines released at Vintages Saturday

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The first release of the year at Vintages gets off to a solid start for local Niagara wines with a good selection of varieties and wineries. Continue reading

Wines from the Okanagan’s Tinhorn, Joie Farm and Stag’s Hollow in review

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Oliver, in the South Okanagan Valley, produces some of B.C.’s richest, most complex and ripest red wines. The extreme heat in the summer brings the key red varietals to maturity quickly, making for some very fine Bordeaux-style blends and single-varietal reds in most vintages. Continue reading

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