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Spring in Niagara wine country: A compendium of delicious events, tastings and touring

Niagara wine events

By Monica Kosior

It is hard to believe, but here we are on the cusp of another winter behind us. As the season starts to change we have much to look forward to in Niagara wine country. Continue reading

The Wine Wire: Women in wine, Southbrook award, CAPS crowns winners, big Ontario cider news, Canadian wine website launched

Ontario wine

Emma Garner, a graduate of Brock University’s Oenology and Viticulture (OEVI) program, is among the numerous female scientists making a mark in the booming grape and wine industry.

Getting caught up on Canadian wine news, we have stories on women increasing their numbers in the fields of winemaking and grape growing, winners of CAPS competition announced, Southbrook wins a Spirit of Niagara award, a new course for Ontario cider makers, a financial boost for cider makers, and a website launches that brings all Canadian wine regions together. Continue reading

Put some pop into your New Year’s with these top Niagara sparkling wines

Best Ontario sparkling wine

By Rick VanSickle
What are you pouring to usher in the New Year? We have 10 suggestions culled from the best Niagara sparkling wines we tasted this year. Continue reading

The Most Thrilling Niagara Wines for 2016, plus the Red and White Wine of the Year

Best Ontario wines

By Rick VanSickle

We have tasted an ocean of wines here at Wines In Niagara this year, the vast majority from the Niagara region. After poring over hundreds of reviews, we offer the Top 10 Most Thrilling Niagara Red and White Wines of 2016. Continue reading

Lol. Vintages delivers the Canada Day wine release it forgot to on Canada Day. No biggie

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Sorry, LCBO, but I don’t get you. Such a lame-o release on the birthday of our great country July 1, with paltry few Canadian wines released to celebrate our big day, and presumably a few folks out there looking to party with local wines, and then suddenly in the middle of September, you drop the big one. Continue reading

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