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Unwind / Unwined

Due to the excessive heat and humidity last summer coupled with air pollution from construction,  my face exploded. My cheeks […]

A Covert BC Wine Tour

I wrote this blog a year ago but didn’t post it. As a wine tourist not a connoisseur, I’m happy […]

Pizza at Norman Hardie’s

I visited Norman Hardie’s winery for lunch earlier this summer. With all the #MeToo focus on the owner/winemaker, I was […]

Put a cork in it!

As a wine lover, I’ve always viewed wine corks as simply an obstacle between me and my wine, but a […]

Remembering the Moselle

A year ago, I was wine touring through the Mosel River Valley in Germany with  Avalon Waterways on the beautiful Avalon […]

Winetouring by Westerdam

  I discovered this winter, that wines get seasick. We had booked on a 19 day cruise through the Panama Canal […]

WSET Wine Touring in PEC

What’s WSET you ask? WSET the  Wine and Spirits Education Trust  offers educational programs for people in the wine and […]

Autumn Getaway with wine!

We had to get away for a few days to heal. It had to somewhere not too far away, on water, quiet and comfortable with food and housekeeping included ...Elmhirst Resort on Rice Lake.

Joyful Travel in 2018

Travel is often filled with hassles –  luggage, bookings, budget overages, foreign languages, but there are times of sheer joy, […]

Roll Out the Barrel

Canadian Oak and other wine barrels have been rolling across Prince Edward County, Ontario, this past year as Pete Bradford moved […]

Sherry Martin displaying a bottle of Karlo Estates wine

My wine tastes of chocolate

My last column “Where do wine flavours come from?”  paraphrased a lot of information given by Sherry Martin the PR […]