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Making Pinot Grigio Ramato :The Dal Cero Family of Corte Giocobbe

It’s been a while since you’ve seen me. I think I have a good excuse! Mr Joy of Wine and myself decided to put our house up for sale, and after meeting with a realtor on April 6, we set … Continue reading

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Quarantine: 14 Days of Isolation Wines – Day Eight

For all you Riesling lovers, this post is for you today! We cannot possibly go through 14 days of isolation and not talk about Riesling at least once! My friend Andreas Bender was in town recently, just before everything started … Continue reading

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Abruzzo Adventure- Tiberio

During this Abruzzo Adventure, of the nine wineries visited, in a town called Cugnoli, is (another) family owned winery, run by brother and sister team Cristiana and Antonio Tiberio, and one of the only wineries (of the ones visited) with … Continue reading

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Chateau des Charmes

Imagine my surprise as I was visiting my cousin in her farmhouse in Saskatchewan, when she pulled out this cellophane wrapped Late Harvest Riesling from Chateau des Charmes, Ontario. What surprised me even more was the vintage.  For years, this … Continue reading

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The Beach House

Have you ever come back from a totally awesome vacation and things are just weird? Like, out of sorts weird. Yeah, well that’s me…I had Caribbean brain for a week, and I came back to “reality” to discover that I … Continue reading

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