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Post-TasteCamp North interviews: Lenn Thompson of the New York Cork Report

Here is a new installment in that series of interviews following up on discoveries made at TasteCamp North, held on both sides of the Niagara river on May 13-15, with some thirty-some wine bloggers and writers present. I’m particularly glad, today, to post the Q&A from Lenn Thompson, the founder of TasteCamp, without whom none of this [...]
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Wine Blogging Wednesday 55: North vs South – a bipolar roundup

It’s always fascinating to see the many ways people can interpret a proposition. So what did the participants in the 55th Wine Blogging Wednesday make of this idea of confronting North vs South? From Michigan Riesling to Tasmania Pinot Noir, from Spanish Garnacha to Tennessee Chambourcin, there sure were a lot of possible pairings (and threesomes, [...]
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An ice cider extravaganza

I just learned this afternoon that Rougemont, Quebec’s apple capital, is hosting the very first Mondial des cidres de glace (the World ice cider gathering, more or less) this very weekend. Interesting that it is called a “Mondial”, since ice cider production is essentially limited to Quebec itself. Mind you, this apple equivalent of ice [...]
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