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Cave Mystère Merlot 2018 (Cadillac, Bordeaux, $19.95, Vintages #17232, to be released Nov. 13th) Opaque purple-ruby in colour; cedary, plum and blueberry nose with vanilla oak notes; medium-bodied, dry, firmly structured, blueberry flavour with a floral note. (89) Speck Brothers … Continue reading
Saturday, July 17th: Phil Dowell, winemaker at Angels Gate and Kew Vineyards, invited Deborah and me – along with winemakers Thomas Bachelder, Ron Giesbrecht, Ann Sperling, and Peter Gamble – to an evening of wine focused on the Tour de … Continue reading
Little Engine is a small winery in Penticton, BC, owned by Steven French and his wife, Nicole. They’re located at the southern entrance of the Naramata Bench. Their winemaker is Scott Robinson. (See https://www.littleenginewines.com/)
You are invited to a special evening with world-renowned Canadian wine critic and author Tony Aspler in support of Andrea Kaiser – Federal Liberal Candidate for the riding of Niagara Falls including Fort Erie and Niagara-on-the- Lake. Join us for … Continue reading
The Gill family owns 65 acres of vineyards in the Okanagan Valley, with 24 acres on the Golden Mile and 32 acres in the heart of Osoyoos.