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Gretzky Estates Winery sets 2017 for Niagara-on-the-Lake opening
Wayne Gretzky Estates Winery and Craft Distillery will build a 15,000-square-foot facility on Niagara Stone Road in the heart of Ontario's wine tourism region. It is slated to open in spring 2017
American Wine Sales May Suffer as Canada and U.S. Battle Trade Issues
The biggest export market for U.S. wine may impose tariffs this summer; British Columbia is keeping U.S. wine off grocery-store shelves
Grads shine at Ontario Wine Awards
Graduates from Canada's first teaching winery had reason to cheer at the 2015 Ontario Wine Awards.
Ontario's Eagle Point Winery closed
The Eagle Point Winery, once hailed as the vanguard of investment cash flowing into the Thousand Islands area, has closed for good. Tom Lawler, former operations manager, said the winery has sold off all of its wine-making equipment and the property on Escott-Rockport Road is for sale.
$10 Wine Would Cost $40-plus Under COOL
Bipartisan bill seeks to avoid retaliatory tariffs threatening U.S. wine industry
New BC liquor laws are 'not fair' say private liquor stores
Changes to the B.C. Liquor Act, which came into effect April 1, are meant to encourage competition
VMF Estates Proprietor Anthony von Mandl Announces Succession Plan for Winemaking at Mission Hill Family Estate
VMF Estates Proprietor Anthony von Mandl, today announced that after 23 transformative years of putting the Okanagan Valley on the world wine map, John Simes has decided to transition from his role as Chief Winemaker at Mission Hill Family Estate to allow him to focus on the von Mandl Family's diverse and exceptional Okanagan vineyards.
Canada's Agriculture and Trade Ministers will speak to media at 10 a.m. ET Tuesday in reaction to Monday's WTO ruling
... that found that recent U.S. laws demanding country-of-origin labeling on meat products are discriminatory and
France: Winery Boss Jailed Over Fake Chablis
A producer has been accused of blending inferior wines and passing them off as Chablis in a decade-long scam.
Canadian Icewine 2014 vintage down 50 percent
Canada's 2014 Icewine vintage is set to only yield half as much wine as the historic 2013 harvest, but several winemakers are optimistic on quality thanks to good acidity levels and picking conditions.
Oh, Canada: U.S., California wine exports to northern neighbor set records
U.S. wine exports to Canada - roughly 90 percent of them from California - topped $1 billion in retail sales for the first time last year, making our northern neighbor the biggest single customer for American wine.
Canada: 11 face charges in alleged contraband wine scheme
Eleven people, including at least two who have well-established ties to Canada's legitimate wine and spirits industry, were arrested Tuesday in an investigation into an alleged tax fraud scheme in which nearly 2 million bottles of wine were sold on the black market.
Where Canadians spend the most on booze
Statistics Canada recently released new numbers on the sale of alcoholic beverages in Canada, and concluded Canadians spent $20.5 billion on beer, wine, and spirits in 2013/2014, up 1.1 per cent from the previous year.
Canadian teens drinking younger: Study
In 2010, 67% of 15-year-old Canadians tried alcohol, according to Tackling Harmful Alcohol Use: Economics and Public Health Policy. That's up from 43% of 15-year-olds eight years earlier.
Craft distillers say they face unfair conditions in Ontario
Small batch distillers say they face Prohibition-era laws that don't apply to beer and winemakers
A dozen including CEO of Diamond Estates Winery arrested in Montreal for alleged tax fraud involving 1.8m wine bottles
Dubbed "Project Malbec", the investigation began last January and has uncovered a record number of contraband wines sold by a single network.
Wine producers question Canadian duty fees
Wine sales made to Canadian citizens have upstate New York wine producers worried. They said they are losing business because Canada makes it too expensive for their citizens to buy New York state wines while visiting and then bring it home to Canada.
Industry Pioneer Honoured as Lang Vineyards celebrates 25 Years
BC's first farm-gate winery marks silver jubilee with wine and art
Ontario's Vineland Estates Winery Expands Retail Presence in China
"Chinese consumers are increasingly aware of the world-class wines made in Ontario. I'd like to congratulate Vineland Estates on their commitment to building new markets for Ontario wine. This demonstrates the significant opportunity for export growth in Ontario's wine and grape sector" commented Minister Leal.
Montreal Mayor supports idea of deposit fees on wine bottles
The city spends $27,000 plus tax disposing of glass products at a cost of $18 a tonne each month, Coderre said. In total, 1,500 tonnes of glass is disposed of monthly, 80 per cent of it derived from SAQ bottles. Most cannot be recycled into bottles because it breaks during the recycling process and is mixed with other materials. Most ends up being used as construction filler or dumped in landfills.
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