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Meet Niagara’s King of Fizz, plus 40 fabulous sparkling wines from Ontario and B.C. for New Year’s

Niagara sparkling wine

By Rick VanSickle

He is the undisputed King of Fizz in Niagara, expanding a bubbly portfolio at Angels Gate Winery that started with a sparkling rosé in 2007 and has grown to 12 different sparklers at two wineries. Continue reading

The Most Thrilling Niagara Wines of 2018

Best Niagara Wines

By Rick VanSickle
It is that most terrifying time of the year when Wines In Niagara puts it all out there for everyone to see, the annual list of Niagara’s Most Thrilling Wines of the Year for 2018. Continue reading

RAW, RAW, RAW! Niagara’s Big Head releases funky red RAW wines (we have reviews), plus new releases from Redstone

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By Rick VanSickle

Toronto Master Sommelier Bruce Wallner tweeted out a photo a couple of weeks ago with this caption: “Is this the most delicious wine ever grown in Niagara?” Continue reading

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

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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

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