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Chili Jiao — Sichuan spice and all-day dim sum in Niagara-on-the-Lake

Niagara dining

By Michael Lowe

Following on the Asian theme of my last article about Masaki Sushi, I also paid a visit to the most recent addition to the Niagara-on-the-lake dining scene. Continue reading

Harvest vignettes from Niagara wine country with stops at Ravine, Vineland Estate, Stratus, Rosewood and Fielding

Niagara wine

Rick VanSickle

It’s getting down to the brass tacks in Niagara wine country as winemakers and growers turn their attention to the late-ripening red grapes during Harvest 2018. Continue reading

Masaki Sushi — A taste of Japan in Niagara-on-the-Lake

Niagara food

By Michael Lowe

The dining landscape in Niagara-on-the-lake has taken a notably Asian turn. Masaki Sushi, now about a year old, seems to already have a base of local followers. Continue reading

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

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