Jason Sharpe, the general manager of the Prince Edward County winery on Lake Ontario's north shore, said that until he was approached by Ottawa-based Rabbi Levy Teitlebaum, he didn't know much about the process of making kosher wine. - See more at: http://www.cjnews.com/index.php?q=node/140859#sthash.iD61AyYh.dpuf
John Leburn, Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of Corby, will leave the Company, effective August 31, 2015, and return to his native Scotland for family reasons. Antonio Sanchez has been appointed as his successor as Vice-President, Chief Financial Officer of Corby effective September 1, 2015.
The office of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario announced the winners of the fifth annual awards June 15. The 10 winning wines, recognized as having attained a level of excellence by a tasting panel, were among 305 VQA wines submitted by 84 wineries this year.
One short year after processing the province's first sub-appellation proposal, the British Columbia Wine Authority faces an industry-led movement to overhaul its system of geographical indications (GIs).
Award-winning VQA wines from Ontario wineries have won praise from experts the world over, so now it's time to venture deeper into our own backyard and discover the sources of all that acclaim. Ontario wine country attracts two million visitors each year and the newly released 2015 Wine Country Ontario Travel Guide makes trip planning to Ontario's wine regions exciting and easy. This latest edition boasts 115 wineries, the most ever!
THE Marquette grapevines clinging to a steep, rocky hillside in the southeastern Adirondacks are among a host of new grape varieties that have enabled a boutique wine industry to take root in areas of the US Northeast and Midwest that were previously inhospitable.
Twenty-three years is a long time in the wine-producing world and nowhere more so than in Canada, which as a major tasting in London's Canada House confirmed, is now a serious producer of interesting, quality wines. Justin Keay reappraises Canadian wine.