Tag: Henry of Pelham

Slow Food Dinner with Seriously Cool Chardonnay

Join Slow Food Toronto at Beast restaurant for an intimate tasting of Ontario Chardonnays led by Bill Redelmeier, Proprietor of Southbrook Vineyards and champion of Seriously Cool Ontario Chardonnay. “We see a lot of people who say they don’t like Chardonnay, but when they pour a cool climate Chardonnay, they change their minds,” Redelmeier says. “Cool climates make for a much different and much superior Chardonnay.”

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Jamie Kennedy’s (Really Big) Communal Table at The Evergreen Brickworks

Photographer Jo Dickins captures Jamie Kennedy and friends’ communal table dinner, June 19 at the Evergreen Brick Works in this Good Food Revolution exclusive photo essay. For many the dinner, attended by several hundred keen foodies, signaled the comeback of one of Canada’s best known chefs and one of Ontario’s great local food pioneers after something of an ‘annus horribilis’.

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Perfecting Pinot…

International Pinot Noir Celebration is a weekend event held annually, celebrating over 60 of the best Pinot Noirs from around the world.

This year, Niagara’s Henry of Pelham and Tawse winery will attend for the first time to show off Ontario’s evolving success with this varietal. While enjoying a glass of 2000 Cristom Pinot, we discuss the upcoming event with HoP’s Ron Giesbrecht and Paul Pender of Tawse.

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