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Still life with Paul Pender (and new wine reviews from Tawse)

Ontario wines

By Rick VanSickle

Climbing the stairs to the top of the six-level, gravity-flow winery at Tawse, winemaker Paul Pender, above, reveals his latest project — an elaborate labyrinth of copper, stainless steel, gauges, columns and the centrepiece of it all, a top-of-the-line Italian copper pot still. Continue reading

We’ve got our eyes on some knock-out Niagara wines (and one from the Okanagan) at the Vintages release Saturday

Niagara wines

The first wave of the Vintages Christmas releases at the LCBO is still a couple of weeks away, but this Saturday you can find more than a few special wines from Niagara (and a beauty from B.C.) that will get you in the festive spirit. Continue reading

After the fall: Life in The County could not be any better: Great wine, great people, great vibe

Prince Edward County wine

By Rick VanSickle

HILLIER, Prince Edward County — I’m loathe to even mention his name; how so quickly it became toxic, deservedly so, to utter it under any circumstances — but there we were in “King of the County” territory, the first time back since the king was king no more. Continue reading

Filling in the gaps with Ontario cider, plus wine reviews for Tawse, Redstone and Niagara wine picks from the Vintages release Saturday

Niagara wine

By Rick VanSickle

People may wonder why a winery with the pedigree of Niagara’s Tawse would even bother joining the Ontario craft cider boom.
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Did someone say Chardonnay? Plus reviews for Rosehall Run, Flat Rock Cellars, Ravine and Niagara wine releases at Vintages

Niagara wine

By Rick VanSickle

With the International Cool Climate Chardonnay Celebration (i4C) just around the corner, we’re starting see many of the wines to be presented over the three days of the wine-soaked festival. Continue reading

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