Making craft wine at Wines Unlimited is guaranteed to be an easy, fun and affordable experience.
Sure to be the best winemaking experience yet at Wines Unlimited.

Join us March 25th, 2017 for the Open House to find out more!!!

 

Meet Cathy Clark founder of Wines Unlimited, an independent winemaking store located in Oakville, Ontario. For over 30 years, Cathy's winemakers have been crafting artisan wines for their clientele, great wines, beating out many on the shelves in blind wine tastings. Cathy joins us to fill us in on making a great wine! It"s inexpensive, fun and easy at Wines Unlimited to be your own award winning winemaker! 

 

Coming soon - The Wine Ladies radio featuring Cathy Clark.

 

Meeting Cathy Clark at Wine Unlimited, Susanne shared her winemaking experience with her! Several years ago she attempted to make her own wines.

We are looking forward to trying this once again! Can hardly wait to learn and create a special The Wine Ladies blend. Join us at the Open House on Saturday March 25th. Cathy says leave the white cape at home!!

 

Want to meet Cathy in person and find out more??? Two awesome opportunities coming up. 

Check out the Wines Unlimited Open House March 25th, 2017 (Complimentary)

 

Craft Winemaking Experience March 30th, 2017.

 

Coming soon... March 27th, 2017

 

 Our first guest on the show today enjoys travelling around the world as a host of his own TV show, author of 4 books, owner of 5 restaurants, guest celebrity chef on long running City Line... who could it be????

 

 

 

There's only one answer to that question and one man to fit the bill, and that is Celebrity Chef Massimo Capra! You all know him well, the charismatic, fun loving, moustachioed Massimo to join us as our first guest. Born in a small town in Lombardy , Italy, we chat with Massimo about his Italian roots and his latest venture Capra's Kitchen, just recently opened to rave reviews! 

Listen to Massimo Capra on the show here.

 

The Wine Ladies visit Capra's Kitchen and see first hand the secret's of Chef Massimo and son Daniel's secret of the signature pizza. Watch the tour here.  

 

 

Episode WL 03-27-2017

 

What spirit is perfect after meals, nicely chilled, pairs delightfully with dark chocolate and is used to "correct espresso" in Veneto?  

 

Grappa!

We welcome another guest to the show,also calling in from Italy,from Processco, Veneto and although we’re going to stay within the region of Veneto we’ll turn our attention away from wine for a little bit and move to a “trending” refined white spirit housed in glorious artsy glass bottles.

This spirit is called Grappa, and we will be chatting with the founder of the multi generational luxury house of Bottega SpA, Sandro Bottega.

 

Listen to Sandro Bottega on the show

 

 

 

Did you ever want to be a winemaker of fine craft wines? Well now you can!

 

Our final guest Cathy Clark founder of Wines Unlimited, an independent winemaking store located in Oakville, Ontario. For over 30 years, Cathy's winemakers have been crafting artisan wines for their clientele, great wines, beating out many on the shelves in blind wine tastings. Cathy joins us to fill us in on making a great wine! It"s inexpensive, fun and easy at Wines Unlimited to be your own award winning winemaker! 

 

Listen to Cathy Clark on the show here.

 

Want to meet Cathy in person and find out more??? Two awesome opportunities coming up. Check out the Wines Unlimited Open House March 25th, 2017 (Complimentary) and the Craft Winemaking Experience March 30th, 2017. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marilisa Allegrini is the first Italian woman wine producer to grace the cover of Wine Spectator!

  

We have a fantastic show for you today all in celebration of International Women's Day that is coming up on March 8th, International Women's Day was officially launched in 1911 and today over 100 years later IWD is celebrated around th world with 1000's of events taking place honouring women everywhere for their various achievements.

 

 

Episode WL 01-03-2017

 

Off to Italy next with Marilisa Allegrini, owner of Italy’s 2016 Winery of the Year, a global ambassador for the iconic wine region of Veneto. A voice for the women today in this business traditionally dominated by men, the “voice of Amarone”. Marilisa will join us and share her story of this historic winery going back six generations, explore her philosophy, her challenges and her greatest accomplishments.

Listen to Marilisa Allegrini at 13:47 minutes into the show.

 

 


Amazing afternoon meeting and tasting a selection of wines with  Marilisa Allegrini, "the voice of Amarone ", proprietor Allegrini vineyards. Check it out here. 

 

 

The spectacular Villa della Torre in Fumane di Valpolicella, today the official reception venue of the Allegrini group companies.

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXCLUSIVE VIP INVITE! SAVE THE DATE!!! 

VIP Launch Party of Women Wine Wednesday's with Jazz at the AnchorBar in Burlington! March 15th, 2017.

 

Please R.S.V.P via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or on the guest list via EventBrite.

Complimentary wine and food samples

Amazing jazz quartet all night long. 

Introducing a weekly night dedicated to the ladies, with featured 1/2 price special wines by the glass and the bottle, a “ladies choice menu, just for us” and special jazz musicians each week.

 

The Anchor Bar, Burlington is the venue, home of the Original Buffalo Chicken wings first created in Buffalo, New York back in 1964. Although many have tried to duplicate the Buffalo wing, the closely guarded secret recipe is what makes the AnchorBar chicken wings the “Best Wings in the World”. These amazing chicken wings now avaiable in Burlington.

 

 

Accomplished jazz musician, Emily Steinwall will be regularly performing accompanied by different musicians on the Wednesdays. Emily Steinwall in an emerging tenor saxophone player, flautist and bandleader in Toronto’s jazz scene.


The AnchorBar is #1 and we ladies love our all natural, chicken wings made fresh everytime with amazing wine.

Launch VIP Party of Woman, Wine Wednesdays with Jazz is happening on March 15th with The Wine Ladies hosting, getting the word out, this night is for us ladies!

Food and Drink Samples


Give Aways's and Prizes

 

 The Emily Steinwall Quartet features some of the rising young stars in Canada's jazz scene. With a voice that is distinctive and emotional, sophisticated playing and a beat that swings, this group captures the essence of jazz. On March 15th, they will feature special guest Brian Dickinson, a Juno award-winning piano player and who has been a mainstay on the Canadian jazz scene for over thirty-five years. The group features Emily Steinwall on voice and saxophone , Hayden Farrar on upright bass, David Steinmetz on drums and Brian Dickinson on piano. 


Live Jazz Music featuring the Emily Steinwall Quartet 

 


Half Price Wine Every Wednesday
All wines, All Sizes!!!!

 Featured Wines!

 


Please R.S.V.P. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or on the guest list via EventBrite  

Space is limited and you must be on the list to attend.

By the way... gentlemen welcome too!

On this week's radio show we welcome Bernard Walsh, founder of Walsh Whiskey Distillery and producer of multi awarded “Writers Tears” Irish Whiskey,  a unique old Irish Pot still Whiskey with a supurb flavour and history.

 

Listen to Bernard Walsh at 35:40 minutes in the show. 

Episode WL 02-09-2017 February 9th, 2017

 

Trending big time is Irish Whiskey! 
19th and 20th century Ireland was a golden era both for Irish whiskey and for great Irish novelists and poets.
It's perfect for our theme today, celebrating Valentines Day because Irish Whisky is for HIM and for HER! It is being enjoyed by both men and women. In fact, in 2014, women in the US represented 37% of whisky drinkers up from the 1990's. Check out Women Who Whiskey! 

Women Who Whiskey Toronto Chapter now accepting members. 

 

 

 

 

About Irish Pot Still Whiskey:
Single (or Pure) pot still whiskey is a type of whiskey traditionally made from a mixture of malted and unmalted barley distilled in a pot still. It is unique to Ireland. Not to be confused with blended whiskey, which is a mixture of column still unmalted grain whiskey and pot still single malt whiskey, “pure pot still” is a single whiskey made from a batch of Barley composed of both unmalted and malted barley that has been distilled in a pot still.

Pure Pot still came about in 1802 as a reaction to the introduction of Tax’s by the British on Irish Malt Whiskey. Irish Whiskey accounted for 90% of all the worlds exported whiskey and was seen as a cash cow by the British. By introducing this tax they hoped to “Cash in” on their neighbors good fortune. However in an effort to avoid taxes the Irish Distiller decided to use a higher percentage of unmalted barley (as opposed to Malted Barley) into the still. This resulted in a very different style of Whiskey and one which we have come to know as “Pure Pot Still Irish Whiskey”. This style of Whiskey became known as the Champagne of Irish Whiskey. The much sought after liquid was a favorite with Irish writers through the 19th and 20th century.

Although Pure Pot Still was once widespread in Ireland, a number of historical factors including the The Irish War of Independence, the Irish Civil War, and prohibition in the United States led to a drastic reduction in the number of Irish distilleries. With this reduction in Irish whiskeys available came the loss in recognition abroad of the pure pot still style itself. The majority of the surviving distilleries began to produce blends and single malts to the detriment of the Pure Pot Still.

About Writers Tears:
Writers Tears is leading the charge to recreate some of the great whiskies of 100 years ago. Writers Tears is a Vatting of Pure Pot Still and Single Malt (proportions are a closely guarded secret). The resulting whiskey is one of Ireland’s highest rated whiskies in the Whisky Bible…

“This whisky evokes the type enjoyed at the time of Yeats and Joyce a century ago in Dublin. A blend of pot still malted and unmalted barley, triple distilled and matured in American bourbon casks, it’s smooth with bourbon notes on a bed of malt. It slips down with ease; a honeyed vanilla-tinged fruit and kick of ginger linger hauntingly”. Margaret Swaine, The National Post 

 

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