- A Wine Lover’s Diary, part 805: Tour de France By Wine (and some spirits)
- A Wine Lover’s Diary, part 804: Virtual Picnic in the Loire – and Other Vinous Delights
- A Wine Lover’s Diary, part 803: Bachelder’s Clos Jordanne and a couple of Aussies
- A Wine Lover’s Diary, part 802: The Foreign Affair, Stratus and a Bunch of Other Wines
- A Wine Lover’s Diary, part 801: The Newest Ontario Winery: Wending Home
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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
SOPEXA kindly sent me a hamper with picnic foods and a wine from each of six regions in the Loire. The object of the exercise was to show how versatile these wines are with a variety of dishes. So my … Continue reading
July 10th: Thomas Bachelder came over with samples of the Le Clos Jordanne Jordan Village Chardonnay 2019 and Le Clos Jordanne Jordan Village Pinot Noir 2019; and, very thoughtfully, he brought with him a selection of charcuterie.
After a successful career as Henry of Pelham’s winemaker and a Professor at Niagara College, Canadian Food and Wine Institute, Ron Giesbrecht has opened his own winery. He sent me samples of his 2020 wines (an auspicious year for a … Continue reading
It’s my 800th diary entry. I think I’ll celebrate by tasting some wine. First, a set from Huff Estate, in Prince Edward County, Ontario.