Monthly Archives: June 2013

A Baker’s Dozen of Ontario VQA Wines Under $20

Efforts at growing grapes and making wine in Ontario date back almost two hundred years.  Early specimens were crafted from native Labrusca or hybrid varieties, which at best are reminiscent of Welchade.  Prohibition in the 1920s arrested wine production and … Continue reading

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Konzelmann, a veteran producer of red Niagara wine, scores again with Shiraz.

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Daniel Lenko produces the very rich ripe Chardonngay

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Malivoire Gamay performs like a village level Beaujolais, even upside down.

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