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The heat of 2016 brings out the best in Niagara’s Foreign Affair winery

Niagara wine

By Rick VanSickle

Believe the hype about the 2016 vintage in Ontario — climatic conditions were simply perfect for those luscious reds and fuller-bodied white wines that only hit their full potential in the warmest of conditions. Continue reading

The Canadian wine industry ‘has lost a great friend’ with the passing of Lloyd Schmidt

Canadian wine

By Rick VanSickle

If you are enjoying a nice glass of Canadian Riesling right now, you just might owe a debt of a gratitude to Lloyd Schmidt. Continue reading

UPDATED: Why wine competitions just don’t impress me much: A winemaker’s perspective

Niagara wine

By Brian Schmidt

Some time ago I posted this statement on Twitter (or maybe it was Facebook): “When blessed with recognition or distinction one can choose a path of humility or arrogance. Choose wisely!!” Continue reading

Winter in Niagara wine country: Monica lists all the fun events you don’t want to miss

Niagara wine

By Monica Kosior

Niagara Wine Country is the gift that keeps on giving. Continue reading

First wine reviews of 2019: Two Sisters, Niagara wine highlights at Vintages, and bargains from Cali, France

In Niagara

By Rick VanSickle

One of the last tastings of the year for me was at the Two Sisters winery in Niagara-on-the-Lake. There was quite a bit of buzz over winemaker Adam Pearce’s Stone Eagle series and I wanted to make sure I tasted them before the end of the year. Continue reading

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