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Ontario :: CA :: USA | over 3 years ago

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EDT W inemaker Jean-Pierre Colas is hunched over one of his prized barrels in the cellar of Vignoble Rancourt, a tiny, little-known estate in Niagara-on-the-Lake. He draws out a sample of inky-purple merlot with a glass tube and releases it into a

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Ontario :: CA :: USA | over 3 years ago

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Bison armoured personnel carriers on loan from the Canadian Forces...Despite the renewed violence, William Ignace, known as Wolverine, a leader of the militants, said no one was prepared to leave the encampment. As the bullets flew at Gustafsen Lake,

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Jerusalem :: Israel | over 3 years ago

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While the health benefits of red wines have been championed, wine consumption trends have juxtaposed so that today about 70% of Israeli wines are reds and 30% are whites. That's not to say that there isn't a diversity of delectable Israeli white wine

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Shīrāz :: Iran | over 3 years ago

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EDT I t's been a sultry, thirst-inducing summer in Southern Ontario. But connoisseurs of local wine have only begun to salivate as Niagara begins to crush what is shaping up to be one of the best growing seasons on record. Grape pickers are out in

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Ontario :: CA :: USA | over 3 years ago

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EDT W ith apologies to Plato and his cupboard full of universals, there is no such thing as the perfect peach. There are perfect peaches, of courseones that dribble down your chin and tease you with their ambrosial scents of raspberries and rose

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Rome :: Italy | over 3 years ago

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EDT Last updated on Friday, Aug. 20, 2010 3:10PM EDT N othing says wine geek like a passion for riesling. It's the grape that makes bona fide connoisseurs go wobbly in the knees and break into iambic pentameter. Great reds from Bordeaux and Burgundy

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London :: CA :: USA | almost 4 years ago

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I f there's one thing that distinguishes us as Canadians besides excessive politeness, a passion for hockey and devotion to public health care, it's this: a need for foreign approbation. The Ontario wine industry got that in spades late last month at

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Mendoza :: Argentina | almost 4 years ago

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Two decades after the soccer god's glory days, he pretty much remains the universal answer to the challenge: Name an athlete from Argentina. If you can name one grape grown in Argentina, I'll bet your first thought is malbec. The robust red variety,

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Bordeaux :: France | almost 4 years ago

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EDT H undreds of thousands of wines get released each year around the world. Some are fresh vintages of existing brands, some entirely new. They're based on one or more of an estimated 5,000 grape varieties, each with its distinctive flavour. Yet for

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Quebec :: Canada | almost 4 years ago

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Pretty much everybody else feared it and stuck to white or red. The first type of drinker typically guzzled sweet, soda-pop styles, such as American white zinfandel and the Portuguese fizzy, Mateus. The second almost exclusively sought out the dry

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