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    Perfectly pair your summer meals with the help of a wine sommelier!

    Vintage Hotels offers an unparalleled dining experience. Each dish is a celebration of local Niagara products, finessed to create truly tantalizing appetizers, main dishes, and desserts. But, beyond the plates, what distinguishes Noble Restaurant is their dedication to exceptional service. One of the champions of delivering a refined dining experience is Fred Gamula – a colourful character who knows his wine and adores his customers.

    Niagara-on-the-Lake’s self-proclaimed ‘Wine Guy’ Fred Gamula, Wine Sommelier with Vintage Hotels’ Noble Restaurant gives us local pairing for your summer feasting. Cheers!

    Cave Spring Riesling Dolomite 2016

    This ideal summer sipper includes grapefruit, tangerine and peach/apricot notes. Its lively acidity makes it perfect for aperitifs, appetizers and light fish.

    Flatrock Pinot Noir 2016

    This medium-bodied pinot boasts notes of cherry and strawberry. A nice touch of oak to gives this wine depth and structure. Pair it with chicken or fish hot off the grill.

    Creekside Rose 2017

    This mostly syrah rose is fun, fresh and juicy. The colour is pretty too! Perfect with appetizers and salmon on the grill, this wine offers raspberry and strawberry flavours with some citrus notes.

    Wine & Noble

    Dining at Noble Restaurant this season? Summertime calls for a perfectly grilled steak and a glass of red. Fred highly recommends Four Diamond Star Nobel Restaurant’s 20-ounce signature steak paired with Henry of Pelham Cabernet/Merlot 2016.

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    Courtesy of Vintage Hotels

    For over twenty years, the Prince of Wales wine list has been the personal passion of Chief Sommelier Fred Gamula. Fred offers insight into the artful blending of food and wine, providing guests of Noble Restaurant with an unforgettable experience. Since graduating from George Brown College as a certified sommelier, he has sampled many wines in his travels to France, Italy and California, though remains an avid supporter of Ontario wines.