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Light fixtures

As summer’s heat gives way to the coolness of fall, it’s time to make the transition from crisp whites to light reds. Bersano Costalunga Barbera d’Asti DOCG from Piedmont, Italy, shows off Barbera’s electric acidity—it’s the perfect pour on pizza night. On Thanksgiving, it’s hard to go wrong with Pinot Noir. New Zealand’s Villa Maria Private Bin Pinot Noir Marlborough is a fine example, with raspberry fl avours and a touch of spice. Tart, juicy and refreshing, Malivoire Gamay VQA is about as light as red wine gets. Gently chill it and serve with burgers.

The takeaway: Curry up

The bold spices and slow-cooked dishes of Indian cuisine make it an irresistible takeout option in fall. It’s more commonly paired with aromatic whites such as Gewürztraminer or off -dry Riesling, but if you’re a ‑red wine drinker, try it with Featherstone Cabernet Franc VQA. This complex Ontario red is especially good with anything charred in a tandoor oven, and its floral profile is terrific with vegetable dishes.



Seasonal sips: Drinks that go “boo!”

If you’re deciding what to pour on Halloween, here are three options to bring spooky spirit to your glass while adding to the haunted décor.

Barrel strength

If you like generously oaked red wine, then there is a new style that’s right up your alley. Try Robert Mondavi Private Selection Rum Barrels Merlot and Jacob’s Creek Double Barrel Cabernet Sauvignon.



Market share Thanksgiving

Find suggested pairings for our Thanksgiving menu.

Trendspotting: Dessert Storm

Local brewers are increasingly looking to the pastry shop for inspiration, creating unique beers that can double as dessert. Try Sawdust City Viva la Stout and Whitewater Killaloe Sunrise.



Three of a kind

Get these chicken pairing suggestions:

For a butter-basted bird, go with an equally buttery barrelaged Chardonnay like Malivoire Estate Grown Chardonnay VQA.

If chicken is served with a robust sauce, then a peppery Syrah is the right choice such as Creekside Syrah VQA.

Whether it’s from Burgundy or Ontario, cool-climate Pinot Noir is a fail-safe red with roast chicken like Hidden Bench Estate Organic Pinot Noir VQA.

Afternoon delights

Find pairings to match our casual alfresco lunch.



Crushing on garlic

Find out what to serve with the garlic recipes from our Autumn 2021 issue.

Whisky business

Shop these picks featured with in our classic whisky cocktail guide.