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 [...]Continue Reading →
Earlier this month, the Somewhereness group continued its ongoing goal to help define Ontario's uniqueness through the wine glass with a tasting at the MaRS building.Continue Reading →
Since its inception in 2000, Stratus has been an ambitious winery. Naturally, that comes with an impressive set of credentials. It's the world's first winery to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.Continue Reading →
Australian wines have great success in the Ontario market, for a number of reasons. This New World wine power-player has become known for consistent, well-priced
wines often pack a lot of flavor punch. Casella Wines have emerged as a favourite in this region with their Yellow Tail line of single-grape varietals.
Earlier this month, Brock's Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute's (CCOVI) Experts' Tasting served as a coming out party for those that have yet to discover Niagara is making some formidable red wines.Continue Reading →
Sometimes you need to take a step back, reflect on your past and re-focus your efforts. That's exactly what Cuvée, the Ontario wine industry's annual celebration of excellence, did his past weekend for its 25th anniversary.Continue Reading →
Even though the groundhog is calling for an early spring, the snowy weather and frigid temperatures continue. That's quite alright for wine lovers because there's plenty of wine-soaked fun taking place indoors this month. So you don't miss any of it we've put together a list of some promising vinous events this February.Continue Reading →