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DINE magazine, Sound Bite: Andean Sour

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzEkLoaIcMQ] Following a journey along Peru's Pisco Trail, I had the opportunity to create my own version of a Pisco Sour at Pisco Bar Corner in Miraflores, Lima. Peru is the most bio-diverse country...

The Art of Wine & Chocolate

Combining the art of wine and chocolate, Inniskillin winemaker Bruce Nicholson has expertly matched a selection of Inniskillin's table wines with various flavours of SOMA artisanal chocolates. Bringing the pairings to life, Inniskillin Estate chef...

Don't Cry Over Spilled Beer

The Old Toronto Beer Tour is a delightful romp through the city of Toronto that brings to life Toronto's rich brewing heritage both past and present. Combining educational visits to four craft breweries, important...

Cognac for Christmas

For over 300 years, the house of Rémy Martin has been growing grapes and distilling wine into their precious eaux-de-vie. To this day, Rémy Martin remains committed to the traditional methods of fine distillation,...

Warm Up With a Nice Cold One

WINTER BEER TIPS & TRENDS Dreaming about stretching out in the hot sun with a nice cold beer…we can’t let the winter freeze scare us away from enjoying our favourite ale or lager. “While beer is...

Get Steeped

“Things are usually better the second time around”, so this November the Fairmont Hotels & Resorts are once again paying tribute to the grand tradition of “taking tea” with its Get Steeped with Fairmont...

A New Era in Niagara

Niagara is emerging into a new age. It is a time of food and wine and the knowledge that you can’t appreciate one without the other. All one has to do is look out...

Wine Fraud: Exposed!

The label is legendary, the going price at auction is in the tens of thousands. But is it real or counterfeit? To authenticate the wine, one brings in an authority on...

Wine Country: Falling For Niagara

In 1812, gunfire filled the air and cannon balls were lobbed across the Niagara peninsula. Nearly 200 years later, there is an explosion of grapes. Something has happened in Niagara Wine Country: a new...

Wines of the Rhone

January at the New York Public Library, during the Wine Star Awards ceremony, the Wine Enthusiast awarded the 2010 Wine Region of the Year to the Rhone Valley. Based on a criterion of quality of...

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