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The Wine Wire: New boss at Niagara Wine Festival, Grape King 2017, Scotch meets Icewine, Peller deal news

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The Niagara Grape and Wine Festival has announced a new executive director to replace the departing Kimberly Hundertmark. Continue reading

UPDATED: Huge B.C. wine news — Peller family to purchase Black Hills Winery, Tinhorn Creek and Gray Monk

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Andrew Peller Limited announced today that it has signed definitive agreements to acquire 100% of Black Hills Estate Winery and Gray Monk Estate Winery and has entered into a letter of intent to acquire 100% of Tinhorn Creek Vineyards, for a combined purchase price of $95 million. Continue reading

The Canada Wine 150 onslaught continues Saturday at Vintages, plus reviews for Tinhorn Creek, Culmina, Rosehall Run and LG award winners

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By Rick VanSickle

Another hefty dose of Canadiana at Vintages this Saturday as the Canada Wine 150 collection continues to flood the shelves this summer. Continue reading

The Wine Wire: A not-so-bright LCBO idea, Pearls of wisdom, Winterfell wine, kudos to Sandra Oldfield, JoieFarm and more …

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Oh, the things that arrive in my inbox and news feed. Crazy things, cool things, weird things. It’s only fair to share with you. Continue reading

The 2014 Black Hills Nota Bene is a stunner; plus wine reviews for B.C.’s Tinhorn Creek, JoieFarm, Singletree and Blue Grouse

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The first vintage of Black Hills Nota Bene, now a benchmark Okanagan red, was in 1999. It was produced and sold out of a Quonset Hut on Black Sage Road with the first bottle purchased in 2001. Continue reading

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