Posts Tagged ‘Ontario Wine’

Foreign Affair Winery Wins International Business Award

The Foreign Affair Winery is recognized for excellence by winning in the International Business category at the 14th Annual Niagara Business Achievement Awards. On June 22, 2017 the Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce (GNCC) recognized The Foreign Affair Winery with the coveted award of excellence for International Business. The award underpinned the winery’s success in

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Open House & New Wine Launch – July 1-3, 2016

Join us at our Open House Event on Friday, July 1 to Sunday, July 3 at Foreign Affair Winery as we are launching a new wine AND releasing two new vintages. New Wine Launch On July 1st we are launching our Apologetic Red 2013 in 750 mL bottles and 1.5L magnums “This new Apologetic Red

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Open House & New Wine Launch – July 1-3, 2016

Join us at our Open House Event on Friday, July 1 to Sunday, July 3 at Foreign Affair Winery as we are launching a new wine AND releasing two new vintages. New Wine Launch On July 1st we are launching our Apologetic Red 2013 in 750 mL bottles and 1.5L magnums “This new Apologetic Red

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LCBO Vintages & Classics Releases

Find your favourite Foreign Affair wines with these up-coming LCBO releases. LCBO Vintages Release: November 8, 2014 | Enchanted 2013 Review from Michael Godel: Godello.ca Enchanted 2013, VQA Niagara Peninsula, Ontario (389767, $17.95, WineAlign) Appassimento-style Sauvignon Blanc is both curious and an open target for accusations of vivid excesses. The detractor will look for swift “walls of insincerity,” the complimenter

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LCBO Vintages & Classics Releases

Find your favourite Foreign Affair wines with these up-coming LCBO releases. LCBO Vintages Release: November 8, 2014 | Enchanted 2013 Review from Michael Godel: Godello.ca Enchanted 2013, VQA Niagara Peninsula, Ontario (389767, $17.95, WineAlign) Appassimento-style Sauvignon Blanc is both curious and an open target for accusations of vivid excesses. The detractor will look for swift “walls of insincerity,” the complimenter

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