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Church & State Wines hired Vancouver-based Brandever, the design firm run by Bernie Hadley-Beauregard. He has had many home runs since he created the name and the labels for Blasted Church Vineyards in 2002. He has also created a lot of quirky names. One of those that never made it, thankfully, was Dangling Carrot. The owners of that winery preferred Backyard Vineyards.
Biology Aids Winery Wastewater Treatment
Ontario winery's system relies on microorganisms and fits tight spaces and budgets
Nova Scotia Community College building winemaking facility to meet N.S. demand
Members of the wine industry say demand for workers will only grow
Alcohol delivery app Thirstie tests in Ontario
A new smartphone app hopes to convince more Canadians to have wine, beer and spirits delivered to their home.
B.C. Wine Overpayments: Liquor Distribution Branch Pays Wineries Extra $1M
An internal government document shows a mistake within the B.C. Liquor Distribution Branch (LDB) has led to a million dollar mis-allocation of funds paid to the province's biggest commercial wineries
Kismet Estate Winery Wins Big at British Columbia Wine Awards
Kismet Estate Winery will be celebrating their double platinum and three silver medals winnings in the British Columbia wine awards on October 10th and 11th at their winery on Road 20 in Oliver, BC. The event will include exotic food and wine pairings and entertainment.
Jackson-Triggs bubbles earn top BC wine honor
An aged sparkling wine by Jackson-Triggs Okanagan Estate received the Premier's Award as best in show for the 2015 British Columbia Wine Awards.
Harper pitches Pacific-rim trade pact to Canadian voters
A historic trade pact among a dozen Pacific-rim nations will get its first popularity test in Canada, as Prime Minister Stephen Harper tries to sell the agreement ahead of elections in two weeks.
Generation gap emerging among highly involved Canadian wine drinkers, according to new Wine Intelligence Portraits report
while the previous generation can call on more extensive knowledge of the category, this new group, dubbed Generation Treaters by the report's authors, don't have the same level of understanding and tend to use third party validation ...
Small B.C. wineries say grocery store sales could wipe them out
"Grocery stores are just starting wine sales in British Columbia," Kim Pullen, president of Church and State Winery, said Tuesday. "If the model expands, small B.C. wineries will be in trouble."
BC Wine Institute Responds to BC Alliance for Smart Liquor Retail Choices
Recently, a small group of BC wineries spoke out against recent changes to new provincial laws that open up new sales channels to 100%-BC grown and produced wines.
Wine Could Soon be Available at Three Kelowna Grocery Stores
City planner Ryan Smith says as part of their sales license, those stores will only be able to stock wine. That means other types of liquor like beer and spirits will not be available.
A coalition of B.C. wineries to ask for moratorium on grocery store wine sales
The coalition -- the B.C. Alliance for Smart Liquor Retail Choices -- feels that the sale of B.C. wines in grocery stores will eventually force small to medium sized B.C. wineries out of business.
Ice wine producers may be surprise winners in trade agreement
A senior Conservative source says the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement has provisions that protect the definition of ice wine. Only products that use the traditional production method of harvesting frozen grapes off the vine would be able to call themselves ice wine.
B.C. Wine Industry Looks Outward
Retrospective tasting prompts leaders to reflect on progress, wine aging ability
B.C. wine in grocery stores: winemakers say delays unacceptable
The B.C. government allowed sale of wine on store shelves in April, but just two stores are selling so far
How Ontario put water in its wine for beer sales: Cohn
It will take years for the glacial liberalization of beer to reach a critical mass - and it's already behind schedule
Earliest Start to B.C. Grape Harvested on Record
The hot temperatures and lack of rain over the summer resulted in a record break start to the grape harvest in the Okanagan and throughout British Columbia.
Ontario's Soviet-Era Alcohol Quotas Punish Businesses for Profitability
Unfortunately, the government's sales quota means that any grocer selling higher volumes of six-packs (no singles available) will only be able to sell up to a maximum quota or run the risk of additional charges
Canadian Online Wine Directory Released
The directory is a joint initiative between the Canadian Vintners Association (CVA) and BlackSquare Inc., who identified the need for a comprehensive Canadian wine industry resource. With more than 3 million visitors to Canadian wineries annually, and a national annual industry economic impact valued at more than $6.8 billion for grape wine alone, will further support industry growth and enhance public awareness of Canadian wine.
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