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Our (new) writer makes it her mission to get to know Ravine’s (new) chief winemaker Ben Minaker

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Story/Photos By Lindsay Schwenker

For a long time now I have been a lover of all things “Ravine Winery.” These guys are always finding ways to step out from the crowd — everything from the food to the wines and, of course, the ciders. Continue reading

Sip and Sizzle — Wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake dish up a taste of spring

By Michael Lowe

Recent weather has been making it hard to believe it’s spring, but the wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake are doing their part by serving goodies from the grill during weekends in May. Here’s a quick peek at their Sip & Sizzle event! Continue reading

A Riesling to suit everyone’s palate at Niagara’s Ravine Vineyard (and a deeper dive into portfolio)

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By Rick VanSickle

It is not politically correct at all to talk about this, but in these matters I lack the politically-correct gene to avoid such things (this recessive gene quirk has not always served me well) … but here goes anyway (and forgive me in advance to anyone who is offended by this). Continue reading

Niagara’s Ravine Vineyard: Where the magic happens

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Ravine Vineyard Estate Winery in tiny, tucked away St. Davids isn’t so much a place where small-batch boutique wines are crafted as it is an all-encompassing community of goodness with some of Niagara’s top farm-to-table culinary creations to go with activities ranging from an all-purpose skating rink in the winter to ping pong in the summer. Continue reading

Treadwell moving to NOTL, new Ravine winemaker, and Rick Mercer visits Niagara College

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When my wife and I purchased our home in Port Dalhousie, the quaint, lakeside community at the northend of St. Catharines, one of the greatest treasures we quickly discovered was Treadwell Farm to Table Cuisine. Continue reading

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