Broken Stone Pinot Noir
This blog is one of a series I wrote in 2014, featuring a specific wine that I enjoyed at a local winery. This was written about Broken Stone Winery, a […]
Rot – It’s a Good Thing
“Do I smell rot?” Jan asked as she swirled her Long Dog 2007 Otto Pinot Noir. We were wine touring in Prince Edward County with cousins from France. They’re not […]
Where do wine flavours come from?
Citrus, red stone fruit, chocolate, leather, grass, almonds… “So how do these flavours get into the wine?” my sister asked, ” Is it bees?” It was Sister’s Day, and we […]
Veraison & Verjus at Closson Chase
There was a joyful tweet that went out from one of the Prince Edward County wineries in early August. “Veraison has started!” Veraison is that time of the year when the […]