John Schreiner -
A R C H I V E S - up to December 2004
What kind of name is Suckfizzle for a wine?
New Releases from Tinhorn Creek and Mission Hill
The case is made for the screw cap closure
Sauvignon Blanc emerges in British Columbia
Are low-carb wines the next hot trend?
BC's Liquor Distribution Branch Bares it All
Pinot Grigio: Do you A-gris or Disa-gris?
Blasted Church gets a new winemaker - again!
Black Hills winery comes up with an Alibi
Calona Vineyards extends its Artist Series wines
How a Vancouver architect got into New Zealand wine
The Naramata Bench is Canada's new wine capital
Two new fruit wineries open near Vancouver
Osoyoos Larose: "History in the making!"
Here is a German approach to replacing corks
The Naramata Wineries sell the Naramata Bench
Tinhorn Creek's 2001 reds are released
The exceptional wines of San Gregorio
Here is a wine for those who can't take sulphur
South Africa gets serious
Some finds at the B.C. Wine and Oyster Festival
The Australian wine juggernaut keeps rolling
Focus Okanagan's remarkable debut Riesling
Burrowing Owl releases impressive Cabernet Sauvignon
Washington's wineries are on the move into British Columbia
Learning to like Chardonnay at Cornucopia
There is life beyond Chianti
British Columbia's small wineries get advocates
A great white Burgundy and a chaser called [yellow tail]
Top Austrian Wines Are Back
Chile keeps the heat on
It is musical chairs time again in Okanagan wineries
Wine tasting at Silver Star
Calona Vineyards now is a patron of the arts
No wine before its time unless the consumer is knocking
the doors down
A toast to Robert Mondavi with his wines
Jordan Vineyard and Winery: Steady as she goes!
Tinhorn Creek's Gewürztraminer meets Le Gavroche's
Kim Crawford and Friends
The 2001 Nota Bene is released
Arrowleaf Cellars: the Okanagan's newest winery
"The Empire as we know it is dead!"
The Lieutenant-Governor Salutes B.C. Wine
There is merit in Meritage
German wine's "classic" solution
Little Boomey prepares us for a deluge of screwcap wines
Mondavi and Rosemount surprise us with under-priced
All in the family: McWilliam's and Gallo
Can Ortega win its day in the sun?
Here is a paradox: Iran's grape is taking America by
Alois Kracher: Austria's master of sweet wines
The woman's touch at Viña San Pedro
Tarapacá fan needs a geography lesson
Bouchard Aîné offers exclusive wines
Returning to his roots: Agustin Huneeus and Chile
Cousiño-Macul: the aristocrat among Chile's wineries
Tim Mondavi meets Harry Rosen - and defends a tough
Doggone good? The wines of Aresti of Chile
Bottom fishing for value wines
Carménère: Chile's flagship grape?
Eduardo Matte: Chile's thoroughbred wine producer
Mt. Boucherie scores home run with Pinot Noir
Drinking a few prayers with Grant Burge
The newest winery in the Fraser Valley calls itself
A'Very Fine Winery
What if the Gallo Brothers had purchased Calona Vineyards?
Wine touring with John Ralston Saul
In Memoriam: Brian MacDonald, Frank Supernak and Victor
"No Wimpy Wines!" - Ravenswood makes good
on its slogan
Who misses the old-style clarets?
What would Prof. Saintsbury have made of Rosemount?
Wine Festival awards the 13 top Okanagan wines
Yalumba meets the Queen, sort of
Burgundy producers take on the New World
Time for a new look at the wines of Chile
An affordable Shiraz from California
Watch for Gray Monk's new Odyssey wines
Mission Hill raises the bar
Nk'Mip Cellars: North America's first aboriginal winery
Burrowing Owl chooses to fly solo
Musical chairs in the Okanagan wineries
The Fraser Valley: wine touring in Vancouver's back
Pfaffenheim: the name is a mouthful but so are the wines
Chardonnay of the Century said to be on hold
This Burgundy is not a Chardonnay!
Memories of Paul Warwick
Gray Monk at 20... or 30... or 40 years
What's new in New Zealand!
Gewürztraminer is Hot
Why Bookwalter is a rising star
Winston Churchill's favourite Champagne
The rediscovery of Port and Madeira
The singular wines of Wolf Blass
Going first class with Peter Blattmann
The night when Bryan Adams got the Cognac bottle
Will American wines get the lumber?
Are UBC's Chardonnay of the Century organizers kicking
Victoria Estate Winery
Burrowing Owl's new releases
New from Sumac Ridge: an unoaked Chardonnay
Richmond's Blossom Winery
Exploring Wine: a thorough, scholarly but also accessible
A 2001 Icewine harvest at last!
At last: Australian wines that are somewhat exclusive
Cherry Point scores with Blackberry Port
Johannes Selbach: Missionary of Riesling
Viñas Del Vero and the Spanish Revival
The Saanich Peninsula's Amazing Wine Renaissance
Hawthorne Mountain Vineyards arrives with a bang
There is nothing odd about Odfjell's wines
Gosset Champagne and why consumers come back for more
De Bortoli's Noble One
Breaking the Coke Habit with Prosecco
Blue Mountain's awestruck winemaker
Mondavi sorts out Napa vineyards
The Sonoma Surprise
Tasting the wines of Frescobaldi
The "perfect" glass for Icewine
Here are some Argentine Wine Recommendations
Gold medal wines from the Okanagan
Chile Wrestles with Mistaken Identities
Newcomers to North America - New Aussie Wines
Canadian athletes have a cobber in Lindemans
Wonderful Wines, Wandering Winemaker
Marriage made in B.C.
Getting serious about Riesling in the Okanagan
How Mondavi is taking on the competition from Australia
Beringer Blass's New Man in Canada
Padthaway, Australia - The District
Watch out for Pinot Noir from New Zealand
Thornhaven's wines are a real bargain
How the Tyrrell family pioneered Chardonnay in Australia
Rioja: the antique red wine from Spain
Mission Hill Scores Gold at Chardonnay-du-Monde
There is a Touch of Vancouver in Delicato Wines
The Calliope Hummingbird Inspires A New Winery
Wolf Blass - Larger Than Life
Penticton's Benchland Vineyards pioneers Zweigelt
Blue Mountain's Annual Gala Tasting
A wine tasting celebrates Australia's centenary
Champagne! Champagne! Champagne!
The 10th Anniversary of VQA
German Rieslings... Worth A Look
Are The Best Wines The Most Expensive?
Jancis Robinson & The Oxford Companion to the Wines
of North America