The last few weekends (NOT the first weekend of April though) have brought a lot of warmth to Toronto, and like many others, I decided to celebrate with a bottle of rosé. I was clearly not very original in my thought, as my local LCBO was quite picked over in their rosés and white wine

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We have reviewed Henry of Pelham before and were pleasantly surprised with the result. With this in mind we picked up a bottle of their Rose to go with a light dinner we were cooking. While we generally prefer red wines, once the sun starts showing it’s smiling face more often in the summer our tastes

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Baco Noir grapes are a North American wine industry success story, but as a hybrid grape, it attracts a lot of negative attention. A hybrid of European vitis vinifera Folle Blanche from France and an unknown varietal of indigenous vitis riparia that grows widely in North America, this is a hearty grape that can weather Ontario’s harsh winters. It

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