Fall+Wine+Guide

Six fall foods and the local wines to drink with them

Wise words on seasonal pairing from three wine experts.
Sandals season isn't completely over (so sue me) but technically fall has arrived—it's just about time to wear rust-coloured sweaters, eat tiny chocolate bars and avoid turning the thermostat up.

Three wine myths, debunked

Prepare to get schooled in sulfites, boxed wine and screw off caps.
Myth:

The fantastical Nicole Raufeisen

A standout in Halifax’s drinks scene, Little Oak and The Ostrich Club sommelier wants to talk about wine in a way that resonates.
Nicole Raufeisen, manager and sommelier at Little Oak (recently named one of Canada's Best 100 Restaurants for the second year in a row) and The Ostrich Club, sure can sell a person on wine.

A fall wine to-do list

Drink up with this round-up of tastings, dinners and other special wine-inspired events.
Nova Scotia Harvest Wine Festival Inspired by harvest season, and our fruitful local wine industry, this six-week event—presented by Taste of Nova Scotia and Wines of Nova Scotia—has restaurants, wineries and tour providers working together to host experiences across the province.

Mermaids and Merlot's no-pressure, no-pretension guide to wine

Jessica Babin’s wine club brings women together to get more comfortable and confident around the drink.
The first rule of Jessica Babin’s wine club is that there are no rules. You don’t have to be an expert, or have any intention of being an expert, drink with her.

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