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Apres Noir

“That’s the way, uh huh uh huh, I like it” - KC and the Sunshine Band We pull up to the impressive entrance at Château Le Jardin.  Valet’s leap with alacrity to take our car, and...

Hooray for Cuvée!

The largest and most prestigious celebration of Ontario wine is the gala event, Cuvée Grand Tasting,  which, this year, celebrated its 30th anniversary at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls. Here are 5 reasons...

In Love With RAW

Catering is not just about food anymore. It’s about an experience. The team of hosts at RAW Catering clearly loves what they’re doing, and their charm and charisma are infectious. It’s new; it’s fun;...

DINE’s Holiday Dining Pix

Check out DINE and Destination's pix for dining over the holidays at Toronto's best restaurants.

Sara’s Holiday Pix

Whether you've been naughty or nice, here are eight gift ideas to put you in everyone's good books: 1) There’s only one Swiss Master This year Santa’s helpers have come to town and have left a...

The Berlin Tasting

In the ever-expanding world of wine, the established makers and markets are so well entrenched, it’s often difficult for “new world” wines to be recognized or even noticed. January 23, 2004 changed that. On...

A Day At The Bench

When the shores of Lake Iroquois receded, they left behind a water table of wine. Today, a sunny day’s short drive leads us to so many exciting vineyards that bear the fruit of this...

Seductive Chilean Red

When a wine makes it into the LCBO, we take notice. Emiliana Organic Vineyards is changing our perceptions of Chilean wines. From the largest producer of organic wine in the world (750 000 cases per...

Wine and Herb

Explore Niagara's Herb and Wine Festival. Roberto DiDomenico ushers in Spring with a winemaker's dinner of fresh whites, bright rosés and fruity reds paired with an herb inspired four course meal prepared by Chef Robin...

Evolutionary Thinking

Between the Coastal and Cascade mountain ranges, heavy rains nourish rich soils and enable the beautifully acidic, soft and elegant Pinot Noir for which Oregon is renown. Sokol Blosser, one of the pioneers of Oregon’s...

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