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Bachelder’s success with Niagara wines leaves him rethinking his future path

Niagara wines

By Rick VanSickle

“I could concentrate just on Niagara wines and be happy for the rest of my life.” Continue reading

Michael Lowe carves his way around Cuvée 2017: A tasting of grand proportions

Best Niagara restaurants

By Michael Lowe

The annual Grand Tasting at Cuvée is now history. This 2017 edition showcased not only a vast number of wines, but local chefs churned out some amazing dishes to pair with them. Here’s an overview from a food guy’s perspective. Continue reading

Vintages wine release: A gorgeous Rielsing from Vineland Estates leads the parade Dec. 10; plus Sonoma, B.C.’s Fort Berens and Italian gems

Best Ontario Riesling

Whenever a wine lover asks me for a pure and definitive example of Niagara Riesling, I invariably point in the direction of the St. Urban Vineyard. Continue reading

Ho, ho, ho … what a release it is at Vintages for Part II of the Christmas crush for Niagara wines!

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Oh, what a release it is … at Part II of Vintages big Christmas onslaught of top wines from around the world on Saturday. Continue reading

The ‘provocative’ new Arterra wines from Niagara’s Jackson-Triggs: The artistry of the winemaker

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We’ve all been there. Get up. Shower. Coffee. Drag yourself to work . Drive back home. Dinner. Sleep. Repeat. It can feel like an endless rut (even for a winemaker from time to time). Sometimes a little spark, a little burst of something outside of the daily routine can change everything. Continue reading

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