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Inspired by tradition, built from innovation: The full-bodied wines from Niagara’s Rennie Estate

Niagara wines

By Rick VanSickle

It’s a warm autumn day on the Beamsville Bench and we’re standing at the highest point of the Heron Pond Benchland Vineyard looking across Lake Ontario toward the big city skyline of Toronto. Continue reading

East meets west in the friendly Great Chardo Swap competition, plus Vintages’ Niagara wine picks for Saturday

Niagara wine

By Rick VanSickle

Chardonnay has always been a superstar in Niagara; it just loves the cool climate and mineral-rich soils from one end of the Peninsula to the other. Continue reading

Naturally Okanagan: Sperling Vineyards and Haywire Winery push the boundaries of less is more for B.C. wines

B.C. wines

By Rick VanSickle

So, you have a fabulous cut of beef you want to throw on the barbecue. It’s a prime cut from a trusted cattle farm that uses only 100% grass fed beef. You do not want to f*ck this up. Continue reading

The end of an era: Niagara’s Mike Weir winery up for sale

It appears it’s over for Mike Weir Wine in Niagara. The Beamsville winery that bears the PGA star’s name was listed on MLS through Colliers International Niagara today for $10.9 million.

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Supreme Court to hear challenge from five small B.C. wineries on interprovincial shipping of liquor in Canada

Canada wine

Coulson represents small BC wineries seeking to change the law governing interprovincial shipping (CNW Group/Coulson Litigation)

Five small B.C. wineries have been granted permission to bring their concerns to the Supreme Court of Canada in the interprovincial shipping of liquor case R. v. Comeau. The Supreme Court will hear the case in early December 2017. Continue reading

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