Quench - January 2018

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Quench - January 2018

Quench - January 2018
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Prince Edward County has a growing microbrew scene. Now you know. BY JORDAN ST. JOHN
Sparkling from Franciacorta is punching above its weight class. BY ANDRE PROULX
As one of the top 10 wine-producing countries, it’s surprising how little we talk about the white wines of South Africa ‘til now. BY MICHAEL PINKUS
How did Pinotage, a grape often (and equally) vilified and inappropriately vinified, become South
Africa’s signature red? BY TREVE RING
Baco has gotten a lot of negative press, but is it truly warranted? BY KONRAD EJBICH
We’ve placed our trust in stores to feed us, and in the process, we’ve lost the sense of where our food comes from. BY JOANNE WILL
Here’s just a wee dram of what’s new in the global
whisk(e)y game. BY TOD STEWART

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