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Wine All The Time

Back in the Balkans

Continuing with my Balkan “state of mind,” I’ve drifted over to Serbia, having been introduced to some wines from the Aleksandrovic winery.

Macedonia!

Macedonia! I am always interested in trying wines that I have never before experienced, and no doubt, there are thousands and thousands of them out there.

Growing Grapes in Mendocino

Back in April, I had the good fortune to have lunch in Toronto with David Koball, Vineyard Director for Fetzer-Bonterra Vineyards which are situated in Mendocino County, California just above the Sonoma and Napa valleys.

Weekend wine: And now, Rosé!

And now, Rosé! Next weekend marks Vintage’s first big release this year of Rosés, a style of wine most associated with summer – Hope does spring eternal, doesn’t it? Rosés can combine some of the virtues of both

Bordeaux again?

While the last article laid out some of the basics about Bordeaux, I am re-visiting the area this weekend, as next week’s Vintages release spotlights Bordeaux once again.

Vin Greco's Weekend Wine: Bordeaux again?

Bordeaux, again? While the last article laid out some of the basics about Bordeaux, I am re-visiting the area this weekend, as next week’s Vintages release spotlights Bordeaux once again.

Bordeaux

When it comes to wine, no region holds “pride of place” more than Bordeaux.

Vin Greco's Weekend Wine: Bordeaux

Bordeaux When it comes to wine, no region holds “pride of place” more than Bordeaux.

1400 Bottles of Wine… and Mrs. O”Leary’s Cow

n 1871, the Great Chicago Fire burned over 3 square miles of the centre of the city, with the cause of the fire, at least in legend, being laid at the hoof of Mrs.

Ceci et Ceça

Or, as we say in English, ‘This and That’ – but as the emphasis this month at the LCBO is on the wines of France, we will give a brief nod to that theme by highlighting a few of the many options that are being presented to us.