Thursday, August 12, 2010

Niagara Peninsula

A recent trip to Beamsville in the Niagara Peninsula was a breathtaking example of how an idyllic microclimate moments from Toronto can cultivate spectacular local wines, cheeses and produce.  Gems such as the Thirty Bench winery -  a tiny spot that produces a very limited release of bottles every year - are scattered throughout the region.  What a wonderful way to spend a Saturday... wine tastings and then a delicious dinner featuring ingredients that only these farms and wineries could produce.

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