This week's wine is one of my favourite Ontario Rosés! It comes from Featherstone Winery owned by husband and wife team, David Johnson and and Louise Engel, in the Twenty Mile Bench. Featherstone is a boutique winery that creates limited small-lot wines using insecticide-free and eco-friendly farming. The hands-on artisanal winemaking process that Featherstone uses, … Continue reading Wine of the Week: Featherstone Rosé
Angel's Gate Winery in Beamsville, Niagara is one of my favourite wineries to visit in the fall. The property is beautiful, especially as the leaves start to change - the front overlooks Lake Ontario and the back is set against the Niagara Escarpment. Also, the winery building was designed in "mission" style because the Congregation … Continue reading Wine Your Way Through Niagara: Angel’s Gate
For those of us living in Toronto we're just a couple hours drive away from several different Ontario wine regions, but it can be difficult to make the trip as much as we'd like (every weekend would be nice!). But there's now no reason to go further than 1000 Bay Street to taste some of Ontario's best wines. … Continue reading Wine Your Way Through Toronto: The Wine Shop on Bay
The Hare Wine Co. is a beautiful new winery to Niagara on the Lake, opening it's reclaimed barn doors in 2016. Located on the mature and bountiful lands of Niagara , the estate winery vineyard was named after the hare for it's symbolism of fertility and good fortune. When guests enter estate, the Hare Wine Co. wants you to experience … Continue reading Wine Your Through Niagara: The Hare Wine Co.
This is the first post in a new series, "Wine Your way Through", and I'm starting with what has to be the cutest winery in Niagara, Kew Vineyards Estate Winery. I visited the winery with my family last month and had a wonderful afternoon sipping bubbly in their pretty tasting room. Kew Vineyards encourages guests to … Continue reading Wine Your Way Through Niagara: Kew Vineyards Estate Winery