A Pocket Guide to Ontario Wines, Wineries, Vineyards & Vines
Written by Konrad Ejbich.
Published by McCelland & Stewart Ltd., 2005.
|The must-have publication
for anyone who buys Ontario wines.
Interest in Ontario wines has exploded. No one apologizes any more for serving them; wine snobs compete instead to find the next great producer. The Liquor Control Board of Ontario reports that Ontario wine now accounts for more than 20 per cent of its wine sales.
The market is clearly ready for A Pocket Guide to Ontario Wines, Wineries, Vineyards, & Vines. This is the only comprehensive and fully authoritative reference on Ontario wines. In addition to providing up-to-date listings for wineries and vineyards from the Niagara Peninsula, the North Shore of Lake Erie, Pelee Island, Toronto, and Prince Edward County it reviews practically every Ontario wine currently available and includes many older vintages. Thousands of wines are graded from undrinkable to extraordinary, and Konrad Ejbichs appraisals, based on scrupulously careful tastings, are completely independent and free of bias. Entries also include tasting notes, notes on when a wine is ready to drink, grape varieties and soil types, and the winemakers approach to his art.
Konrad Ejbich is one of Canadas most highly respected wine writers. He is the resident wine expert on CBC-Radio, with monthly appearances on Ontario Today, and has appeared on CBC-TV, CTV, City-TV, Global, the Discovery Channel, and others. He is a correspondent for the prestigious U.S. wine magazine Wine Spectator and writes a column for Style at Home. He has also contributed to Britains best-known wine publication, Decanter. He lives in Toronto.
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