Good Wine and the Importance of Effort
By Sarah Wright
Being a winemaker is not for the faint of heart.  It requires patience, energy, confidence, and for those who have fallen in love with the idea of creating the perfect Pinot Noir, it requires grapes of steel.  Wine (much like...
Jul 22, 2014 in Blog

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Tender moments inspired by meat
By John McFarland
Red meat, particularly steak, was a summer staple in my house. I remember hanging by my father’s side as I watched him going through the steps with me on how to start a charcoal grill. Later in life, I took greater pleasure...
Jul 8, 2014 in Blog

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Life lessons learned from the vine
By Sarah Wright
Wine can be straight forward, yet complicated.  A lot like life.   This would not be the first time that parallels are drawn between wine and life.  “Just like a fine wine you get better with age,” they tell you on...
Jun 27, 2014 in Blog

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World Cup of Wine
By John McFarland
We at iYellow will never be known as sports fanatics, that being said, like most of you we stubbornly try to become experts about soccer around the time of World Cup. We love the grand drama of “The Beautiful Game” and the...
Jun 22, 2014 in Blog

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Ange on CHCH: Father’s Day Wines
By Angela Aiello
Check out Ange’s wine recommends for the Dad who’s sporty, a grill-master, or has ...
Jun 17, 2014 in Blog

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#WineAdventures In Aus @ Jacobs Creek
By Angela Aiello
I don’t think many people say “When in Oz”  but there definitely should be such a phrase to rival “When in Rome”!  If you haven’t been to the magical place called Australia, ask someone who...
Jun 11, 2014 in Blog

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Spring is in the air and we are #hardforchard
By John McFarland
Although it has been late in coming, I am sure you are as happy as we are that spring has finally arrived in the Big Smoke. Along with this change of seasons also comes changes to your palate. Here at the iYellow office that...
Jun 5, 2014 in Blog

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Ange on CHCH: #ChardDay
By Angela Aiello
Check out Ange’s Segment on CHCH on #CHARDONNAYDAY – Annette finds her favourite...
May 22, 2014 in Blog

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WINEMAKER RAW: Exclusive iYellow Interview with Antonio Fattori
By Tran
This past April, the iYellow Wine Club hosted 3rd generation Italian winemaker Antonio Fattori during his visit to Toronto. His stay included the exclusive iYellow Winemaker RAW wine dinner and pairing followed by a media day in...
May 17, 2014 in Blog

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Accidental Wine Snob: Why Lifestyle Wines are Actually O.K.
By Sarah Wright
What happens when you end up intimidating the very people you are trying to teach?   Anybody who has attended an iYellow Wine Club event knows that we are deeeeeeply passionate about wine. The second love of our life is...
May 2, 2014 in Blog

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