How about a white wine that stands alone or with pairings on those nice spring or summer days? Chardonnays fit that bill and generally, cannot go wrong, however, you can definitely go right. The chardonnay by Berselli and Olivieri, did jContinue Reading →
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Imported from Italy and distributed by Alma Wines, Berselli and Olivieri’s cabernet sauvignon is a nice wine to drink on its on or paired with a meal.
The wine itself has a beautiful red texture. Hints of earthy, oaky flavorsContinue Reading →
While I have tasted many types of sparkling wines over the years, I have always been fascinated with Cava wines. There is just something about the affordability, quality and versatility of Cava that makes it a memorable wine and an exceContinue Reading →
Meet Janis Denner owner of Pelletiere Estate
I generally meet vintners and winemakers at their place of business. We sip the wine, we talk shop and we walk the vineyards. When an interview goes well, some become friendsContinue Reading →
At the turn of the century, Veronique Hupin and Michael Marler were looking to move to South America, maybe Chile and work at a winery. Or maybe start their own winery or just see what adventures lay ahead for them. Veronique’s mother, hContinue Reading →
Fueled by a thirst for craft drinks and an abundance of apple trees, eastern Canada is experiencing an artisanal craft cider explosion. Cider, an alcoholic beverage made from fermented apple juice, came from France in the 17th century, butContinue Reading →
You never know where inspiration will come from: a picture in a magazine. In a most unexpected discovery, a scenic photo of Blue Mountains surrounded by prolific vineyards next to a lake reflected verdant possibilities, lush with large tContinue Reading →
I never really understood Champagne until I had the really good stuff. Like most people, I tasted wine at weddings, New Year's Eve galas, and retirement parties… but just didn't get what the fuss was all about. The fizzy part was kind ofContinue Reading →
If Montreal is the food scene of Quebec, the Eastern Townships is the wine and cider scene. The area has the quaintness of France, with many French speaking people, but most are bi or tri-lingual. Peppered with small towns and quaint villagContinue Reading →