Month: May 2018

Taking a vSpin for a Spin With Inniskillin Dark Horse Vineyard Meritage

vSpin decanter in box

There are many devices on the market to help open up a wine, aka decant, so that it is ready for drinking.  People usually decant a tannic red wine to soften the tannins and to get the aromatics in the…

Torrontes, Malbec, and More Argentina Wine Treasures

Michel Torino Cuma Organic Torrontes, Tilimuiqui Torrontes, Susana Balbo Wines Crios Torrontes, and Familia Zuccardi Q Chardonnay

  Dish N’ Dazzle is a yearly event where Argentinean wineries come to BC to show off their wines and some local Vancouver restaurants offer tasty bites from their menus. The event supports the BC Hospitality Foundation charity.  A few of…

National Geographic Photo Ark Exhibition to Open at Liquidity Wines in Okanagan Falls

I have always been a fan of the National Geographic magazine; taking me away to the far reaches of the world, seeing sights that I may never see, allowing me to pour over maps showing the geography of the area. …

The Secrets to Argentina’s Malbecs

A flight of Argentina Malbecs and other wines

Certain regions of the world are well-known for producing exceptional wines. Burgundy producing Pinot Noir, or Napa Valley producing Cabernet Sauvignon for example.  There is usually something about their terroir that brings out the best of their grapes, which then…

MASI Costasera Contemporary Art Features Indigenous BC Artist Susan A. Point

Costasera Contemporary Art MASI Costasera overlay for 2000 label

MASI Costasera Contemporary Art and Indigenous Artist Susan A. Point As MASI notes ” The term “culture” has its origins in the verb “to cultivate”: cultivation of the land is the expression of thousands of years of a people’s knowledge,…