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gph 12:36 Sat Sep 12
Danish, Swedish and Canadian wine
has been commercially produced for some time.

Has anyone on here actually tried it?

Any good?

*tries to keep straight face at last question*

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BRANDED 7:12 Sat Sep 12
Re: Danish, Swedish and Canadian wine
I’ do my had ice wine which is sensational. I’ve got into English wines recently and they are good if you like acidic clean aromatic whites and champagne like fizz. Due to global warming they are getting better and better.

Willtell 6:39 Sat Sep 12
Re: Danish, Swedish and Canadian wine
There are lots of wines that compare to decent French wines but I’ve never tasted anything good from that far north....

one iron 6:16 Sat Sep 12
Re: Danish, Swedish and Canadian wine
I love a bottle of red, best one i have had,old tbilisi. a georgian wine,so good i did not want to drink it.had it in estonia

Swiss. 3:49 Sat Sep 12
Re: Danish, Swedish and Canadian wine
Tried some from the Systembolaget in the day. Icewine. Was OK I seem to remember.

Worst Case Ontario 3:11 Sat Sep 12
Re: Danish, Swedish and Canadian wine
I sense a dad joke coming on...

gph 2:52 Sat Sep 12
Re: Danish, Swedish and Canadian wine
How do you make your Caribou in Ontario?

Worst Case Ontario 2:50 Sat Sep 12
Re: Danish, Swedish and Canadian wine
I live just outside wine country in Ontario (the Niagara region). Apparently it produces some very good wines.

I wouldn't know though, as wine is for ladies.

gph 2:30 Sat Sep 12
Re: Danish, Swedish and Canadian wine
Ages ago, I read that York was the most northerly place the Romans grew grapes for wine. The climate at the time was (naturally) quite warm.

Currently, the most northerly vineyard in England is roughly 15 miles NE of York.

jfk 2:18 Sat Sep 12
Re: Danish, Swedish and Canadian wine
Can't say I've ever heard of any of these countries wine.
Marks are doing a nice German Pinot Noir called palatia for about a tenner which is a very nice and will go down a treat if this coming Sunday you're having a few over for a BBQ pre LOCKDOWN !!!!

aldgate 1:18 Sat Sep 12
Re: Danish, Swedish and Canadian wine
Icewine is nice wine

Capitol Man 1:14 Sat Sep 12
Re: Danish, Swedish and Canadian wine
Canadian wine from British Columbia is pretty good. Stayed at a place called the Wickcanninsh inn on Vancouver Island, which is amazing if you ever get a chance to get there. Washington State does some decent wines too, and it’s just to the north in a fairly mild coastal climate.

They did all local food and wine.





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