BY MONICA DOBIE, in Montreal, Canada
THE WEATHER has been very kind to wine producers in Ontario this summer; they predict that their grapes will be of extremely high quality due to a Canadian heat wave in July and August. The sun shone on the vineyards more than 36 days consecutively, making wine grapes shrivel, becoming sweeter and more concentrated with flavour.

Paul Speck, president of the Henry of Pelham winery, near Niagara Falls, told "The wine should be incredible. The older more mature vines with more established root systems ...

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