Chardonnay is the wine world's most famous socialite. The always fashionable cosmopolitan wine is made from the world's most widely-planted premium grape.
Like a true global star, it's at home everywhere and able to adapt to local tastes. It does this seemlingly effortlessly all while staying true to the initial qualities that made [...]
On the 28th of June, Langdon Hall will be continuing its celebration of summer's two greatest pastimes: cooking outside and eating outside.
The highly popular barbecue series returns this year at the lavish Langdon Hall in Cambridge, Ontario. Every year, the Friday Night Dinner Summer Barbeque Series matches favourite chefs, wine makers and [...]
In a city not exactly known for its desserts, 21-year-old pastry chef Farzam Fallah of Richmond Station may have the best dessert menu in town.Continue Reading →
Niagara-on-the-Lake winery Jackson-Triggs recently announced their 2013 amphitheatre line-up and it features some impressive Canadian talent. We want you to have a chance to be a part of the fun so we're giving away a pair of tickets to the sold out Sam Roberts show.Continue Reading →
How can Factory Theatre’s World Premiere of Amy Lee Lavoie’s, Stopheart, a play about growing up in a South Porcupine, Ontario possibly resonate in a vast, multi-cultural metropolis like Toronto? We sat down with Lavoie and Garret C. Smith (who plays the character, Bear) to find out.Continue Reading →
Every well-known wine region has a signature grape or two. Napa Valley has built a world-renown reputation on its bold premium Cabernet Sauvignon.Continue Reading →
Looking for the best party in Toronto this Friday night? The 2nd Annual Right to Play Ball has all the right elements: internationally renowned DJs, an incredible venue, silent auction, upscale complementary bar and hors d’oeuvres, and an attendee list already full of Toronto’s glamouratti and Olympic athletes.Continue Reading →