Tag Archives: Wine Council of Ontario

Ready for TasteCamp North: What’s So Great About Niagara, Anyway?

Friday, May 13, will mark the beginning of TasteCamp North, a three-day exploration of Niagara wine country, on both sides of the Canada-USA border. 40 wine lovers from as far as Colorado, Indiana and Nova Scotia will start tasting, spitting, evaluating, tweeting and blogging about the wines, the region and the people who turn local [...]
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Key partners announced for TasteCamp North, taking place in Niagara in May.

Over the last few months, Rick Van Sickle, Suresh Doss and myself have been working hard with Lenn Thompson and others to organize TasteCamp North, the third edition of TasteCamp and the first one to take place outside the United States. We can’t wait to get a great group of bloggers up in the Niagara [...]
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Cellared in Canada: changes in the stores and labels, but no help for Ontario growers

Note: I was originally hoping to post this article on Friday, but an overly busy schedule and a forgotten note pad with essential quotes are causing its publication to coincide with the beginning of the second Regional Wine Week, championed by Drinklocalwine.com. At first, I was disappointed about this coincidence, as I was planning to [...]
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