Tag: Jeremy Day

The 2011 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair (RAWF) Wine Competition

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair (RAWF) has been on Toronto’s November calendar since 1922. To promote and sell Ontario wine, they initiated an annual wine judging competition in 2008. This year’s head judge was Jeremy Day, who launched Toronto’s Café Taste and now runs Café Taste: Events, focused on VQA events including the café Taste Ontario Wine Pavilion at this year’s fair.

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Ontario Chardonnay Vs. Riesling Showdown

This Saturday past a group of wine lovers and wine experts gathered at Toronto’s Cafe Taste to witness an Ontario Chardonnay vs. Riesling showdown.

Which grape deserves the title of Ontario’s darling white?

With animated guest speakers Norman Hardie (Norman Hardie Wines), Charles Baker (Charles Baker Wines), Bill Redelmeier (Southbrook Vineyards), Christopher Waters (Vines Magazine) the afternoon was damn good fun.

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Jeremy Day

In the second of a regular series we interview some of the most talented up-and-coming Sommeliers in Ontario. This week we speak to Owner/Wine Geek of Parkdale’s hidden treasure, Café Taste.

Jeremy’s a damn interesting chap, and shares a few stories about his history in this candid interview with GFR.

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Wine Bars That Rock

by Dick Snyder, courtesy of City Bites We don’t have a culture of wine bars in Toronto. In fact, it’s possibly a poor business decision to put the words “wine bar” in the name of a restaurant or bar. (Put “sports” or “bar and...

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