Inniskillin Wines from Niagara on the
The Clan will surely wish to know why Inniskillin Wines from Niagara on the Lake? Why not keep drinking the Silver Birch Wine as previously?
The answer begins with the assertion that many in the Clan do not find the Silver Birch quaffable with Scottish cheeses or light enough with any fish except perhaps mackerel or sardines.
So, the search was mounted for a good Scottish related white wine and at Brae Burn in Ontario Canada what is now recommended was identified. The climate gives an excellent 'dry' Riesling for those who are ABC and retro-avant garde; but if still XYZ or previous in the palate the Chardonnays are very good.
As with most of the best things in life, its not always easy to find, but there are distributors in many countries around the world. As a considerable bonus, the Pinot Noir is also very highly recommended when you move from the fish and poultry courses to, say, Scottish or Alberta beef.
And, finally, the Inniskillin Award Winning Ice Wine, as a liqueur. Pictured below is the Inniskillin Vineyard at Brae Burn, Niagara in winter after the snows have gone, with grapes still unpicked en route for the 2002 Ice Wines.
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Published Date: March 14th 2002