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i4C – more interesting Chardonnays from Canada and beyond

By Jamie Goode, wineanorak.com, July 27, 2017 Here are some more notes on Chardonnays tasted at the International Cool Climate Chardonnay Symposium (i4C). Many are from Ontario, but there are also wines from other parts of Canada, and a few from other countries, too. Read more, including reviews of JoieFarm, Malivoire, Hidden Bench, Westcott, Southbrook, […]

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A Sparkling Recap of #i4C17

“With over 50 wine makers in attendance (and 150+ selected cool climate wines on offer) i4C is truly an epic celebration of all things cool… and the highlight of the summer calendar here in Niagara!”   By The Sparkling Winos, sparklingwinos.com, July 25, 2017 This year, we Sparkling Winos had the privilege of attending the International Cool […]

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i4C cool climate Chardonnay conference, some highlights

“If you are going to have a conference on a single white grape variety, from a drinking point of view, Chardonnay is probably the best choice.”   By Jamie Goode, wineanorak.com, July 25, 2017 If you are going to have a conference on a single white grape variety, from a drinking point of view, Chardonnay […]

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Jamie Goode reports on The School of Cool

“The relationship between soil and wine flavour is a complex one.”   By Jamie Goode, wineanorak.com, July 22, 2017 Jamie Goode gives a great wrap up of Session 1 of The School of Cool. “The influence of soil on the flavour of Chardonnay.”  Read more, including reviews of Lightfoot & Wolfville, Malivoire, Esterhazy, Creekside, Manoir de […]

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From Altitude to Attitude: 3 Reasons to Love Cool Chardonnay

Still need a reason to love cool climate chardonnay? Here are 3 of them: 1. Acid Tripping: Cool Chardonnay offers racy, mouth-watering acidity that refreshes the parts that other wines cannot reach. 2. Mineral Mining: Trying to figure out what minerality tastes (or feels) like? Pour yourself a glass of cool Chardonnay and let your […]

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