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Tasting Burning Kiln wines with winemaker Lydia Tomek, plus a few tasty new releases from Niagara’s Fielding Estate

ontario wines

By Rick VanSickle

If you haven’t been to Norfolk County to visit Burning Kiln, one the area’s pioneering and key wineries in the still emerging wine region, or any other of the wineries there, you are missing out on a unique experience. Continue reading

The anatomy of Vineland Estate’s ‘Not Orange Enough’ wine, plus reviews for Chateau des Charmes, Rosehall Run, Henry of Pelham and Pommies Sangria

Niagara wines

By Rick VanSickle

If you had to categorize the best wines that Vineland Estate winemaker Brian Schmidt makes, it would be this: Clean, fresh, expressive wines that showcase the terroir of the Twenty Mile Bench and more specifically, the estate’s own vineyards — St. Urban and Bo-Teek. Continue reading

Karma Kameleon in Thorold – creative, diverse, delicious dishes

Niagara food

Review/photos by Michael Lowe

My first taste of Karma Kameleon’s food was at Cuvee 2018 and I just knew I had to have more. We explored the quaint gastropub recently — and we loved it! Continue reading

The Restaurant at Pearl Morissette — leave your preconceptions at the door  

Niagara food

By Michael Lowe

If you’re like me — open-minded about food and always up for a refreshing new dining experience — The Restaurant at Pearl Morissette Winery may just be the perfect fit for you.  Continue reading

Record crowd, exquisite food and wine for the 30th Cuvée Grand Tasting in Niagara

Niagara chefs

More than 800 guests took part in the Cuvée Grand Tasting last Friday. (CCOVI Photo)

By Michael Lowe

It was a grand night at the 30th Cuvée Grand Tasting last Friday. The winemakers pulled out all the stops and local chefs matched their enthusiasm in style. Continue reading

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