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    Wino On Two Wheels: Ransomville Circuit Part 2 Wino On Two Wheels: Ransomville Circuit Part 2

    Wino On Two Wheels: Ransomville Circuit Part 2

Wino On Two Wheels: Ransomville Circuit Part 2

Here’s Part 2 of Kristy’s Wino On Two Wheels Ransomville Circuit Adventure. Part 1 can be read here.

A GUST OF SUN WINERY AND VINEYARD
THE RIDE: Next up on this increasingly gorgeous Sunday was A Gust of Sun Winery and Vineyard, approximately 7 miles due south. With a happy full belly and a pleasant buzz on my brain I set off, thinking only of how lovely was the day. I hooked up with Daniels Road, a north-south road east of Midnight Run, and followed that down to North Ridge Road. Daniels, like Braley, is a sparsely populated, beautiful country road, with a mostly flat terrain. I did encounter a large, tank-like, multi-wheeled Army truck at one point, headed in the opposite direction. Otherwise, the road was almost devoid of traffic. However, as always, stay close to the side of the road (or in the shoulder, whenever possible), stay visible, and stay aware. Tank-like multi-wheeled Army trucks cruising down country backroads likely have somewhere to be, and quick.

While I found the ride south an easy cruise, I realized soon after arriving at […]

By |May 17th, 2012|Wino On Two Wheels|Comments Off
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    Wino On Two Wheels: Intro & Ransomville Circuit Part 1 Wino On Two Wheels: Intro & Ransomville Circuit Part 1

    Wino On Two Wheels: Intro & Ransomville Circuit Part 1

Wino On Two Wheels: Intro & Ransomville Circuit Part 1

Niagara Wine Country USA’s breathtaking countryside, scenic vineyards, farms and historic sites are waiting for you whether you are driving, walking or biking through the region. Our new two-wheeled contributor Kristy Mangel is mapping routes and taking names as she chronicles various bike trips in wine country.

Here’s an Introduction & Part I of her first adventure on what she calls “The Ransomville Circuit”

May is National Bike Month, and intrepid two-wheelers everywhere are celebrating the great joy of a bike ride. Not only is riding a bike just plain fun, it’s also a goal-driven way to get a great workout (in this particular case the goal is wine, and the wine is handily earned), assists in connection with place and community, and is a fiscally sound method of transportation.

A little about me: I am a native Western New Yorker, but I’ve spent the last almost 12 years in Chicago, working, writing, and generally acting a fool. I’ve been back […]

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    April Blossoms in Burt, NY April Blossoms in Burt, NY

    April Blossoms in Burt, NY

April Blossoms in Burt, NY

By |April 18th, 2012|Niagara Views|0 Comments
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    Niagara Wine Country USA Guest Book: Colleen & DJ Niagara Wine Country USA Guest Book: Colleen & DJ

    Niagara Wine Country USA Guest Book: Colleen & DJ

Niagara Wine Country USA Guest Book: Colleen & DJ

Where are you from? Hartford, CT

Where are you staying? Barton Hill Hotel in Lewiston, NY

What are your favorite wines you’ve tasted so far today? We’ve like the oaked chardonays and the icewines so far.

What’s surprised you most about Niagara Wine Country USA? We were surprised how much we liked a Cayuga/Vidal blend called Freedom White at Freedom Run Winery.

What other wine regions have you previously visited? The Niagara region has been our first.

What other sites, attractions or restaurants have you visited in wine country? We crossed the border in to Canada and did some wineries in Niagara-On-The-Lake before we did the Niagara Wine Trail USA.

By |April 6th, 2012|Faces, Guest Book|0 Comments
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    Leonard Oakes Estate Winery Chardonnay 2010 Leonard Oakes Estate Winery Chardonnay 2010

    Leonard Oakes Estate Winery Chardonnay 2010

Leonard Oakes Estate Winery Chardonnay 2010

Winemaker Jonathan Oakes has made one of the most appealing unoaked chardonnays in the region with this 2010 vintage Chardonnay. Made from estate grapes grown on their farm in Lyndonville, NY this wine exhibits all the fruit forward characteristics you’d expect from a well-made cool climate chardonnay.

Delicate citrus aromas mingle with green apple and melon to produce an intense aromatic white wine that’s light on its feet and easy drinking. Although technically dry, this wine is silky and smooth with a crisp acidity keeps it bright, refreshing and full of energy.

This chardonnay can persuade the most anti-chard crusader to reconsider thanks to its stainless steel aging and butter-free approach. For $17 there’s no doubt this sell fast, especially as the temperatures warm up this summer.