Jurg Stutz, the winemaker at Domaine de Grand Pre, was featured on /A Morning this morning. He talks about three Grand Pre products – Stutz apple cider, L’Acadie Blanc and their Icewine with Angie Poirier.
A true celebration of all things brewed, the fourth annual Halifax Seaport BeerFest will feature over 150 beers and ciders from the Maritimes and around the world. Held at the historic Halifax Seaport on August
From Amherst to Truro, Parrsboro to Tatamagouche, Wentworth Valley to the Stewiacke Valley, communities throughout Central Nova Scotia will celebrate the Wild Blueberry Harvest Festival from August 20, 2010 – September 4, 2010. Events include
We are thrilled to announce that Taste of Nova Scotia member, Fleur de Sel was awarded 3 Stars in Where To Eat In Canada. This is Canada’s best selling independent restaurant guide. Released each June,
Nova Scotia wineries received 16 awards at the annual All Canadian Wine Championships in Windsor, Ontario. The All Canadian Wine Championships, considered the country’s leading wine competition, announced the winners for 2010 on Friday, May
In recent weeks local proprietor and owner of Saege Bistro, Chef Geir Simensen had his business attended to by six fire trucks and 1000 gallons of water. Needless to say, Saege was in ruins. It
Fast, fervent and fun, the second annual Taste of Nova Scotia Cutting Edge Culinary Competition took place from April 30 to May 2 at the annual Saltscapes Exposition. Ten Taste of Nova Scotia chefs faced-off
Benjamin Bridge released its 2009 vintage of NOVA 7 on May 6, just in time for Mother’s Day. This lightly sparkling, off-dry white wine is the perfect accompaniment to Mother’s Day brunch or dinner. Hailed
Enjoy an authentic lobster supper. Sample Nova Scotia’s newest vintage. Find out how to make beet quickle. These are just a few of the experiences captured in the pages of the 2010 Taste of Nova Scotia Culinary Guide. Click here to view the electronic version or to find our where to pick up a complimentary copy of your own.
Trout Point Lodge is one of 10 finalists in the second annual “Geotourism Challenge” sponsored by the National Geographic Society and Ashoka’s Changemakers. The competition, focusing on “Power of Place — Sustaining the Future of