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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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Grape harvest begins in Ontario and New York

It’s official. The 2010 harvest has begun. Today, August 25, crews at Tawse Winery in the Niagara region have gone into the vineyards to pick grapes for sparkling wine. In Long Island, as reported by the New York Cork Report, harvest started even earlier, with pinot grapes picked for sparkling on Monday at Macari Vineyards. The news
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Return to Tastecamp: off to the Finger Lakes

In the next three days, I’ll probably be tasting more riesling than I’ve ever tasted in my life. That’s because riesling is the number one grape in the Finger Lakes, host to the second edition of Tastecamp, a meeting of bloggers organized by Lenn Thompson of the blog formerly known as Lenndevours, and now more precisely [...]
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