April Spirits

April Spirits

It’s spring… finally! And aren’t we all glad. But now comes the uncertainty. Is it sunny and warm, snowy and icy, or blowy and rainy – or all of the above? We’ve been looking for cool products whatever the weather throws at you, and here are a few of our April...
Rumming Away for Spring Break!

Rumming Away for Spring Break!

Well… maybe not everyone gets to take a little spring break, but if you do manage to take some time off or escape to a warmer climate for a getaway, there is a good chance rum is (or should be) on the agenda. Whether a mojito, a daiquiri, or a piña colada...
Book Review: ICON Flagship Wines

Book Review: ICON Flagship Wines

There is no doubt that British Columbia’s wines have come a very long way in a very short time, and John Schreiner has been there talking, writing about, and tasting B.C.’s wines since the 1980s. In ICON Flagship Wines from British Columbia’s Best Wineries, John...
5 Alberta beers to try at Oktoberfest

5 Alberta beers to try at Oktoberfest

5 must-try beers from Alberta breweries at Oktoberfest While my days are usually spent saturated in wine, there is something magical and almost exotic about Oktoberfest. Who doesn’t want to spend a day (experiencing culture of course) in a crowded beerhall while being...
Making the case: American wine

Making the case: American wine

12 Must-Try American Wines Most wine produced in the United States comes from the state of California – which should be no surprise to most wine drinkers. What might be more surprising is that pretty well every state in the union is making wine, although not all...

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