This paper trail will get us into trouble someday. Not a good idea.
Not a good idea at all.
"Anthony von Mandl, proprietor of British Columbia’s ambitious CheckMate Artisanal Winery in British Columbia, says that climate change has helped transform the Okanagan Valley into the ideal place for chardonnay, the white variety that traditionally has risen to its greatest heights in Burgundy." Continue »
"Like heavy-metal musicians and obnoxious Fox News anchors, many wine producers in the modern era seemed to embrace the notion that louder is better." Continue »
"Full-bodied, velvety and luscious..." Continue »
"As any seasoned winemaker will attest, success in viticulture begins with choosing the right grape varieties for the soil and climatic conditions..." Continue »
The Grape Glossary: A guide to hip varietals If wines were emojis, dolcetto would be that one with the grinning teeth and open eyes. It's a cheerful red par excellence. A smile in a bottle. Continue »
Here's an unusual blend for Canada, made from equal parts Syrah and Tannat......... Continue »
A little background on the mysterious Arneis grape of Northern Italy. Continue »
Chile, move over.... Continue »
A Rhône-inspired blend of roussanne, viognier and marsanne, this intriguingly named, bone-dry white is, in the words of my favourite Outkast song, "so fresh and so clean." 90 pts" Continue »
"Fine, firm pinot noir here with style and structure. "90 pts". Continue »