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06/08/16
Alcohol levels, and some prices, on the rise at the LCBO
Among the things I noted as I tasted: alcohol levels and prices are continuing to rise.
06/06/16
Constellation Said To Plan IPO For Canadian Wine Unit This Year
Constellation Brands Inc., the beer, wine and spirits producer and marketer, is seeking a valuation of roughly C$1 billion ($771 million) for the initial public offering of its Canadian wine business later this year, according to people familiar with the matter.
06/06/16
West Kelowna wineries hosting sweet summer kick off
If you're looking for a fun way to spend your Sunday afternoon, you won't have to go farther than the Westside Wine Trail.
06/03/16
Cool Climate Wine Focus Shifts to Canada
As the door closes on one ICCW symposium, organizers are already looking to the next one.
06/03/16
Farmworker shortage costs Canadian growers $1.5B a year, study finds
Canada faces an increasing shortage of farmworkers and will need more foreign guestworkers to maintain its tree fruit and vegetable sectors.
06/03/16
Luckett Vineyards aims to increase production following Avonport land purchase
Owner Pete Luckett told The Chronicle Herald he had bought 11 hectares of land in Avonport, near his Wolfville-area winery. The purchase, along with 22 acres worth of contracts with two new grape growers in Hantsport and Falmouth, meant 2020's harvest would likely total twice the size of last year's.
06/02/16
The British Columbia Wine Institute receives leveraged funding to drive Wine and Culinary Tourism in BC
The British Columbia Wine Institute received funding for its Wine and Culinary Tourism (WCT) strategy this week with the announcement of recipients of Destination British Columbia's Co-op Marketing Partnerships Program, developed to support communities and key provincial tourism sectors in leveraging funding to maximize marketing impact and drive tourism revenues in BC.
06/02/16
Naramata Winemaker Brings International Experience to BC
Serendipity Winery's Katie O'Kell has just returned from a practicum at New Zealand's ultra-modern Delegat Wine Estate, processing the 2016 vintage. Just before this, she completed her winemaking certificate from UC Davis in California, receiving an impressive 100% on her final exam.
06/01/16
Brock to welcome the world, Canada wins bid for global wine summit
The 10th International Cool Climate Wine Symposium (ICCWS) will take place in July 2020, attracting hundreds of grape and wine researchers, trade professionals and media from wine regions around the world to gather and share research knowledge.
05/31/16
Canada to host famed wine summit that is obsessed with climate change
Canada will play host to the 2020 International Cool Climate Wine Symposium, according to an announcement made at the ICCWS's 2016 edition recently held in Brighton, England.
05/31/16
Consumers embrace grocery-store wine sales as competition for licences heats up
Wine in B.C. grocery stores is receiving strong consumer approval - particularly from women
05/31/16
Canada to host the 10th quadrennial International Cool Climate Wine Symposium
Canada will host the 10th edition in July 2020, a first for North America, as announced at this weekend's 9th quadrennial International Cool Climate Wine Symposium held in Brighton England.
05/27/16
Vineyard owner campaigning again for wine in Save-On-Foods
Despite what city council thinks, the co-owner of Harper's Trail winery wants wine in Save on Foods.
05/25/16
2015 BC Wine Grape Crop Report Shows Steady Crop Levels
It has been two years since the last crop report, but this week, the 2015 British Columbia Wine Grape Crop Report was released and shows an increase of 1% (from 31,383 to 31,640 tons) over 2013 in total estimated tonnage.
05/25/16
The Okanagan's JoieFarm incorporates all that is great about wine from British Columbia
In an industry awash with such lofty-sounding designations as "château," "domaine" and "estate," it takes confidence to call your winery a farm. Heidi Noble, the owner of JoieFarm in British Columbia, embraces that title with pride. She's not above reminding her loyal customers that great wine is made in rubber boots, a product of dirt and sweat.
05/20/16
Nova Scotia Invests in Its Wine Industry
Funds for new vineyard plantings, research, marketing and quality standards available for next four years
05/20/16
Scott Oppenheimer to Join Future Southern Glazer's Wine and Spirits as Regional President of Control States and Canada
Oppenheimer joins the team with more than 25 years of experience in the beverage alcohol industry. Most recently, Scott served as Senior Vice President, Control States and Military, for Moet Hennessy USA. Prior to that, he has held various sales, marketing and leadership roles at Millennium Import Company, Gilbey of Canada, Heublein and E & J Gallo Winery
05/18/16
Uncorking old laws: Canadian wine could soon be sold across provinces, lawyer says
A Vancouver-based lawyer specializing in the tricky rules around selling Canadian wine says winemakers are excited about a "breakthrough" court decision that could pave the way for regional vintages to be sold across provincial lines.
05/18/16
Booming wine region enticing investors as Ontario relaxes laws
Row after row of delicate young vines line the long driveway leading to Peller Estates Winery in Niagara-on-the-Lake. It's a cool spring morning and the expansive lawn in front of the winery is edged by a patio that will host parties and tastings all summer.
05/16/16
Booming wine region enticing investors as Ontario relaxes laws
Andrew Peller stock is trading near its record as a cheaper currency and looser liquor regulations draw investors to Ontario's booming wine industry
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