Isn't it time you tried Canadian Wine?
I know Canadian wineries have a story to tell, that Canadian wines are very well made and compare well with international wines. I have travelled around Canada in the process of writing reviews for various wine publications and I have become a fan of Canadian wineries and Canadian wines. I want to tell you their stories... and maybe you will become a fan too.
Tidal Bay appellation
VANCOUVER, Oct. 12, 2017 /CNW/ – Five small BC 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.Continue reading
The LCBO releases wines into the Vintages section of their stores every second Saturday. Here is my review of the Canadian wines included in the release of October 14, 2017.Continue reading
Angela Marotta-Fiorini and Melissa Marotta-Paolicelli are the proprietors behind the stunning Two Sisters Vineyards, located in the Niagara River appellation. Continue reading
Tucked away on Concession Road 5 in Niagara-on-the-Lake is a relatively new, but soon to be well-known, boutique winery, established by the Icel family with the sole purpose of making small-lot premium wines. Continue reading
Here is my review of the Canadian wines included in the September 30 Vintages release. The LCBO releases wines into the Vintages section of their stores every second Saturday.Continue reading
Every second Saturday the LCBO releases wines into the Vintages section of their stores. This is my review of the Canadian wines included in the September 16 release.Continue reading
Whether you're a wine novice, as I was fifteen years ago, someone interested in Canadian wines, or just looking for good value, welcome to my blog.
After tasting wines in Provence as we were entering the new millennium, I became curious about wine grapes, wines and the industry. I started taking courses at Algonquin College in Ottawa, and eventually completed my sommelier diploma.