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Canada's Newest Wine Experience
Once home to fur traders, gold miners and infamous train robber Billy Miner, Kamloops, B.C., now boasts lush farms, a stunning riverfront and the recently created Kamloops Wine Trail. Not one to miss out on a day of wine tasting (not to mention exploring, shopping and spa-ing), we packed our bags and drove straight there.
B.C. Wineries May Sell Each Other's Products
Policy says producers can offer up to 20% non-house beverages, which must be consumed in onsite lounges and special events areas
Winegrowers Video Series: The Hatch winery
Meet GM Jessie Harnden and winemaker Jason Parkes and learn all about the Black Swift, a bird native to the Okanagan that lays a single egg per year. Single egg, single vineyard, well, you get the picture - The Hatch is an incubator for wine.
Feds support wine industry international marketing
... funding will allow the B.C. wine industry to: clarify and promote B.C.'s unique identity as a wine region
Canada displeased with latest U.S. move in trade spat
The government said a bill introduced Thursday in the U.S. Senate falls short of what would be required to avoid tariffs on American products
TPP talks offer Canada an opportunity to punch above its weight in Asia
Recent rumblings that the United States is so frustrated with Canada's reluctance to lower barriers to agricultural trade that it is considering completing a TPP that excludes us only heightens the pressure to address outstanding issues that are holding up the final text of the agreement.
Group wants 'alcohol does not equal consent' label on beer, wine and liquor bottles
Idea inspired by warnings on cigarette packages, says McGill student behind campaign
Okanagan Winemakers watch for smoke as grape harvest nears
"Unfortunately a good grape season is also a perfect fire season," said Gebert, owner of Kelowna's St. Hubertus and Oak Bay Estate Winery. Encouraged by long periods of hot, dry weather, hundreds of fires have broken out across B.C. this summer.
FedEx accuses NLC of set-up to protect wine monopoly
FedEx is accusing the Newfoundland Liquor Corporation of a set-up, saying the provincial crown corporation engaged in underhanded business in order to protect its monopoly over wine in the province
Canada's Okanagan Valley: The best wine region you've never heard of
Dotted with gleaming lakes, surrounded by majestic mountains and abundant in grapes that produce some of the best wines in North America, British Columbia's Okanagan Valley is a beloved summer vacation spot for Canadians
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Veteran Wine Professional Peter Burrow Appointed President of Evolution Fine Wines
January 29th a distributor in British Columbia and Alberta of hand-selected, artisan wines from across the globe
Tonnellerie Cadus Announces Hire of Ian Hartnett
January 5th Ian Hartnett brings with him 15 years of wine industry experience in cooperage.