30 Days of Ontario Wine 2014: Day 1: There’s No Better Time than Now

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For something so constant and impactful on our lives change is a strange force. It's something we often don't realise until it has already begun and once we do it's something we often fight because we fear what it can bring. But change is a positive force if we recognise the opportunity it offers and… 

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30 Days of Ontario Wine 2014: New Generations & New Beginnings

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One of the things I love most about the Ontario wine industry is that it has the feel of an extended family. Neighbours lend their hands when there's work to be done; everyone bands together for support during tough times; and the community celebrates each other's accomplishments as one. 

30 Days of Ontario Wine – Day 29 – Five Predictions

30 Days of Ontario Wine – Day 29 - Five Predictions

So much has changed since we began 30 Days of Ontario Wine a few years ago. The Ontario wine industry has continued to develop over that period as it has cemented itself as a region that Ontarians are increasingly looking to for great wines—a trend that should continue in the coming years.

30 Days of Ontario Wine – Day 28 – Vintage Report

30 Days of Ontario Wine – Day 28 – Vintage Report

One of the most exciting things about Ontario wine is that each vintage is different. That reflects in the wines that are able to not just capture a sense of place, but also a moment in time. The fact that a 2012 Riesling won't taste just like the previous vintage by the same producer is… 

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30 Days of Ontario Wine – Day 27 – Stratus Red and White – Then & Now

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From the outset Stratus has always dared to be different. While being different for the sake of being different can be refreshing, it's combining that desire with ambition that really results profound impact.

30 Days of Ontario Wine – Day 26 – Prince Edward County Then & Now

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Not that long ago, Prince Edward County seemed like a remote outpost, far removed from the bustle of activity in the Niagara—Ontario's largest wine region. And while Niagara still dominates Ontario's wine scene, the "County" as it is affectionately known, has been making substantial strides in both the quantity and quality of wines being produced…. 

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