Wine Business Canada Wine Business Monthly Wine Business Wine Jobs Canada

  more canada news
  Results: 11 - 30 of 1648   Next >
Ontario and Canada Investing in Niagara Region Wine Producer
Andrew Peller Limited received $20,593 to support their Overall Equipment Effectiveness project, which has helped the company reduce costs, increase efficiency and boost competitiveness at their Winona, Ontario facility.
Grocery VQA decision just won't go away
Few issues have proven thornier, more divisive and more difficult to manage for City council than the one-kilometre distance rule for new liquor outlets adopted last year. Liquor is back on the table Tuesday after council agreed last month to reconsider its decision in May not to relax the rule to allow a Save-On-Foods VQA wine store at Columbia Place Mall.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Invests in Wine Grape Research Program
Scott Brison, President of the Treasury Board, on behalf of the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Lawrence MacAulay today announced $400,000 to support a wine grape research program at the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) Kentville Research and Development Centre.
Could Tracking Tannin Triple Ontario Wine Sales?
Institute creating database to help guide winemaking decisions
Winery & Grower Alliance of Ontario elect Del Rollo of Constellation Brands Canada to Chair of the Board
His work recently earned him the 2015 Spirit of Niagara, Celia Liu Award for Excellence in Hospitality. Del currently sits on a number of industry boards including Ontario Grape and Wine Research and the Niagara College, Board of Governors.
Brexit means ag uncertainty
U.S. agriculturalists, for their part, are trying to figure out how America's ag exports might be affected. Though Britain isn't a top importer of U.S. ag products, Brexit has "ripple effects" that need to be watched, says Frayne Olson, North Dakota State University extension crop economist and marketing specialist.
New Ontario regulations take effect on Canada Day
Customers touring a winery, brewery or distillery will be allowed to carry an open glass of liquor from one part of the facility to another, and will be able to buy liquor from the on-site store while dining in the restaurant.
Okanagan MP vows to continue fight to free up wine sales
Dan Albas hopes to gather enough signatures to pressure some provincial governments to remove restrictions on the inter-provincial purchases of wine by individuals.
Trialto Ontario Sells Ontario Operations to Noble Estates Wine & Spirits, Creates National Wine Agency Alliance
In an effort to constantly improve operations, and continue to develop its regional expertise, Trialto Wine Group has decided to sell its Ontario operation and assets to Noble Estates Wine & Spirits. Noble Estates is a dynamic regional agency, looking to partner with a strong national agency in order to continue its growth. The combined operations will benefit both, Noble Estates and Trialto supplier partners with increased channel coverage, business service and expertise.
Removal of Interprovincial Barriers Critical to Canadian Wineries - Canadian Vintners Association
On the 4-year anniversary of the introduction of federal legislation allowing Canadians to order wine from other provinces and have it delivered directly to them - the CVA is calling on provincial governments to act
British Columbia wines dominate Los Angeles International Wine Competition
Some 17 wines from British Columbia, Washington and Oregon earned best-of-class status, meaning they were the top wine in their category. Moon Curser Vineyards in Osoyoos, British Columbia, won three best-of-class designations, while Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery near Oliver, British Columbia, won two. Gehringer Brothers also won four additional gold medals.
How do you stop starlings from poaching wine grapes? With Amadeus, a cold-blooded avian killer
Engel had never been big into big birds, pre-starlings. She couldn't tell a songbird from a passerine from a peregrine falcon. Now she patrols her vineyard wearing a falconer's glove on her left hand while a Harris hawk circle's overhead. The hawk's name is Amadeus. When he is not actively engaged in killing starlings he is scaring them witless, simply by flapping about.
British Columbia wines dominate Los Angeles International Wine Competition
The 77th annual Los Angeles International Wine Competition took place in mid-May at the Los Angeles County fairgrounds, drawing more than 3,000 entries from around the world.
Spearhead Huts Project to make Whistler backcountry more accessible
"These aren't going to be in the European mould where you can have a bowl of pasta and bottle of wine ..."
BC eases rules on liquor sampling
More changes have been announced as the provincial government helps modernize liquor policies and allows for businesses to provide alcohol samples
Husband/wife team make Tightrope Winery a destination in British Columbia
It's no secret in British Columbia, but Tightrope Winery deserves to be in the discussion when talking about the best young wineries in the Pacific Northwest
This Canadian wine is worth a trip over the border
British Columbia's Gehringer Brothers Estate produces great wines, especially its world-class rieslings, but you can't buy them here.
The Wines of British Columbia Stand up to the World at The Second Annual Judgment of BC Wine Tasting
The Wines of British Columbia were put to the ultimate test at the second annual Judgment of BC on Tuesday, June 21, pitting 12 BC Wines against 12 acknowledged global benchmarks.
Why Would Constellation Brands Inc. Say Good-Bye to a Market Leading Business?
The company is exploring a spin-off of its Canadian wine business, which happens to be the leading wine producer in Canada. We look at why, ultimately, this makes good business sense.
CedarCreek Named Canada's Best at Decanter World Wine Awards
CedarCreek Again Named Canada's Best at Top World Wine Awards In London, England -- 95 Points
  Results: 11 - 30 of 1648   Next >