Join Paul Speck, President of Henry of Pelham Winery and winemaker Ron Giesbrecht for our first Wine Club exclusive Barrel Cellar Tasting.
Maclean’s magazine has published their first edition of Wine In Canada which explores wine regions across the country.
A review by Jancis Robinson.
The Coach House Café is now open!
Part 2: Le Gourmet TV interviews the Speck brothers from Henry of Pelham family Estates in Niagara Ontario. We learn about their families history with this piece of land, and how they got into wine making.
Part 1: The Speck Bros. discuss growing up, their father and how Henry of Pelham came about.
A review by Jancis Robinson.
“Sometimes, it’s the simplest things that can put the freeze on an icewine grape harvest”
Ever wondered what pairs well with spicy food?
“I was getting a quick rundown on the history of the Niagara Peninsula from Paul Speck, owner of one of the region’s oldest wineries, Henry of Pelham.”
Daniel and Matthew Speck, owners of Henry of Pelham Estates, break down the impact of weather through each season in Niagara.
Watch a YouTube video of interviews with Paul Speck, Todd Brooker (Canadian Olympian) and a local artisan from the Owen Sound Farmers Market.
“Sparkling wine is one of the most food friendly wines on the planet”
We’d all like to join in congratulating Ron Giesbrecht for winning the Tony Aspler Award of Excellence at Cuvée 2012!
Paul Speck conducts a tasting at Willow Park Wines and Spirits.
Henry of Pelham Winery was mentioned in the ‘top ten must see and do’ for the Toronto and Niagara area.
Canadian wineries are now focusing on premium dry wines, and have become remarkably adept at producing them.
The premier wine and culinary festival invites participants to sip, savour and celebrate with over thirty of the Twenty Valley’s most celebrated wineries.
Unique and first to our area this Segway experience is like no other winery or vineyard tour.
The Icewine harvest has officially begun in Niagara this morning as picking began at Henry of Pelham Family Estate winery.
While the sudden dip in temperature may be frustrating for some people, at least two Niagara wineries have found solace in the cold…
We pride ourselves on great tasting wine.
Last month we were happy to have Angela Aiello – TV personality and wine blogger entrepreneur – along with her iYellow Wine Club, visit us at the winery.
Donna Everitt, on-site manager at Henry of Pelham Family Estate Winery, said their site was jammed with guests from open to close and many, she said, came from out of town.
The Wine Ladies go live this week while they discuss, taste, and enjoy Family Tree Red along with other Niagara wines.
“We went from winter to summer this year completely missing spring. A slow start in spring was due to the cold and rainy weather but was jump started by an absolutely amazing July and August” said Paul Speck, President of Henry of Pelham.
About ten years ago a very accomplished palate and Niagara industry leader told me that no 90-point Niagara reds had been made to that point. Well all that has changed…
Fresh aromatics create a delightful blend of apple, pear and a hint of lichee on the palate.
Chef John Cirillo and the Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve recently collaborated on a multimedia project about the Niagara Escarpment.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, produced by the Niagara Falls Music Theatre Society (Firehall Theatre), opened Thursday at Henry of Pelham Winery. The beloved Shakespearian play follows the stories of three different sets of characters: The young lovers, members of the fairy world and a group of working men known as the rude mechanicals.
Here’s a juicy red wine that’s an ideal summertime red.
At the All Canadian Wine Championships Henry of Pelham is pleased to take home a Silver Medal for the 2009 Sauvignon Blanc and a Gold Medal for the 2008 Reserve Baco Noir.
Made by Henry of Pelham, one of Niagara Peninsula’s most reliable producers…
This is a delightful rosé well extracted and well balanced with beautiful strawberry and raspberry fruit aromas and flavour. Don’t chill to much otherwise you will miss this…
This is quite pale, garnet shaded pinot with a prety, typical pinot nose of sour cherry/pomegranate, considerable dried herbs and light smoke…
Explore some of the inspiring images from around the Henry of Pelham Family Estate winery in this gallery.
This year, we’re concentrating on the property’s very colourful history. We’ll explore the atmospheric building that has been in the Speck family for 150 years, as a tavern, inn, and now winery.
Jancis Robinson, Financial Times of London Published May 29th, 2010 “Very full and spicy on the nose. Ontario can produce a vivid array of styles of Chardonnay, some of which can hold their own with the world’s finest”
93 points-Natalie Maclean An incredibly aromatic and flavourful wine! Deeper and more minerality than the other Rieslings, this one has almost a masculine edge.
90 points, David Lawrason, Toronto Life Jan 20th 2011
Old world style flavour. This red wine blend suggests warm aromatic notes and the taste of cherries with a hint of nuttiness. Well structures tannins and a nice complex finish.
…Paul, Matthew and Daniel Speck are the siblings featured on the label of this good-humoured wine…
Beppi Crosariol, Globe & Mail, Feb. 23/08
…It’s less than half the price of Veuve Clicquot champagne and more than half as good…
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Welcome to a new network connecting cyclists across Ontario to cycle friendly accommodations, places to eat, attractions and businesses of interest to you-the cyclist.
I don’t want to go overboard here, but I’m having trouble restraining my enthusiasm for Sibling Rivalry White 2008…