Now scientists are raising a new question: when grapes are transported to new areas, assuming warming weather and flagging rain make current regions unsuited to such harvests, what will the crop's arrival do to the animals and plants already in residence?
Ottawa e-Commerce Business and Publishing Connections is organizing this exceptional wine tasting event-Wine Tasting for Ottawa Sales and Marketing Professionals-where Ottawa entrepreneurs, including those who are doing business through the Internet, are invited to talk and exchange ideas about their sales and marketing strategies.
The B.C. Government announced it will spend $100,000 to boost the idea of buying local food and wine. The idea is to educate local restaurants, chefs, sommeliers and consumers on the idea that B.C. Wines, particularly in the Okanagan and Similkameen, go great with the local food in this province.
The Canadian wine industry has experienced a tremendous evolution over the past two decades due in large part to pioneering wineries such as Ontario's Cave Spring Cellars and B.C.'s Quails' Gate Winery.
Okanagan Crush Pad winery, located in Summerland, British Columbia, is owned by wine industry marketing consultant Christine Coletta and her husband Steve Lornie. As a small, yet inventive winery, OCP is the first custom winemaking facility of its kind in Canada.
Summerhill Pyramid Winery is pleased to introduce Willem Semmelink as its new vineyard manager. Semmelink brings to Summerhill his deep commitment to community and ecology, and a desire to continually improve Summerhill's vineyards for optimal quality and sustainability.
The Columbia Valley's most celebrated suds have been recorded for early 2013, and it may not come as much of a surprise who melds the most popular mixture of yeast, barley, hops and malt. Budweiser earned first place for most popular beer.
In your travels this year, instead of going abroad consider the many wine regions and vineyards of Canada. Every province has at least one winery and exceptional scenery that is unique to each region and you have some first class wine destinations.
They're among 35 stores the LCBO will open this year, seven this month alone. Bob Peter, LCBO CEO and president, said at the east Windsor store opening that he expects another 35 store openings next year.
A gated community of million-dollar homes surrounding a world-class golf course is not what you would expect to find in eastern Ontario. It fits more with the lifestyle of the super-rich in California or Florida.The lead Chinese investor has already acquired the site - a winery on 600 acres of land - located a little more than an hour's drive south of Ottawa.