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11/06/15
B.C. wine group recommends creating four new geographic categories to reflect growing industry
The B.C. Wine Appellation Task Group's seeks the establishment of four new wine regions: Thompson Valley, Lillooet-Lytton, Shuswap, and Kootenays. That's in addition to the five officially designated regions: Okanagan Valley, Similkameen Valley, Fraser Valley, Vancouver Island, and Gulf Islands.
11/06/15
BC wine task group proposes reforms
"Around the world today wine makers and wine enthusiasts are increasingly interested in the soil and climate conditions of where the wine is grown," says Ezra Cipes, chair of the B.C. Wine Appellation Task Group. "Our recommendations will help to strengthen a sense of place for our wines that is uniquely about British Columbia."
11/04/15
Story of Okanagan Wine from Grape to Glass
The Okanagan is getting even more international attention with three wineries making their debut on a Lifestyle TV series set this air in New Zealand.
11/04/15
Saskatchewan liquor regulations get D+ from Restaurants Canada
Saskatchewan received a poor grade from a restaurant lobby group that looked at booze laws across the country. Dwayne Marling with Restaurants Canada said the provincial score of D+ reflects a number of realities.
11/04/15
B.C. bars, eateries push to buy alcohol at better prices
In a national "report card" released Monday, Restaurants Canada gave B.C. a C+ despite the province's efforts to modernize liquor policies.
11/04/15
BC restaurants want a deal on booze
Restaurants and bars in B.C. want the provincial government to cut them a deal on the price they pay for wine, beer and spirits. Right now, they're required to buy liquor only from government stores and they must pay the same price as everyone else.
11/03/15
B.C.: More Appellations, Less Red Tape
B.C. task group completes review of rules, recommends new indications
10/29/15
Grape Growers of Ontario unveils plan for 100% grown in Ontario symbol
On the heels of a study indicating a growing consumer preference for Ontario-produced wine, Grape Growers of Ontario has uncorked a vigorous campaign to get more of those wines on tables across the province and grow the domestic wine market.
10/29/15
Liquor taxes go up, but Alberta 'shifts the beer playing field'
The cost of cigarettes goes up by $5 a carton. A case of 12 beers goes up 24 cents and a bottle of wine is increased by 18 cents.
10/28/15
LifeView: Canadian Beverage Association launches initiative to reduce non-alcoholic beverage calories consumed by Canadians
Industry aims to reduce beverage calories in the Canadian diet by 20% over the next 10 years
10/28/15
Alberta Budget 2015: Liquor and cigarette taxes rise again
Get ready to pay more for your sins - taxes on cigarettes and liquor are going up for the second time this year
10/27/15
Sommelier/photographer serves up BC wine industry in coffee-table book
Sommelier/photographer Tarynn Liv Parker's self-published book, Okanagan: A Celebration of the Canadian Wine Region provides a thoughtful and artful snapshot of British Columbia's Okanagan Valley.
10/25/15
Sommelier/photographer serves up BC wine industry in coffee-table book
Sommelier/photographer Tarynn Liv Parker's self-published book, Okanagan: A Celebration of the Canadian Wine Region provides a thoughtful and artful snapshot of British Columbia's Okanagan Valley.
10/23/15
Great Northwest Destination Winery: Mission Hill Family Estate
This is the 18th in an occasional series on destination wineries of the Pacific Northwest. Towering high above the Okanagan Valley's largest city, Mission Hill Family Estate is British Columbia's most amazing winery - and quite possibly is the most architecturally beautiful winery on the West Coast.
10/21/15
Cider company moving operations to Ontario County
Hard cider company will relocate to Geneva, partner with local entities
10/21/15
BC wine industry souring under BC Liberals
Things are so flush that an overpayment by the government of the commission commercial wineries earn for delivering their products directly to wholesale customers (such as Liquor Retail Stores) is not worth recovering.
10/20/15
Sipping With Slippers Wine Reviews of Okanagan Wineries Part 2; Summerland and Kelowna Wineries Get Rated and Have Some Big Winners
In this off-the-wall episode for wine lovers featuring on- location reviews of some exclusive Okanagan, BC wineries, the Slippers team reviews wine from TH Wines (www.Thwines.com) in Summerland and the View Winery Vineyard in Kelowna (http://www.theviewwinery.com/).
10/20/15
Charges against Erie Wine Festival board member dropped
Rota, along with five other board members represented by another lawyer were facing provincial charges charges under the Liquor Licence Act of Ontario after a fatal car crash in September 2014.
10/19/15
Hash-Tag This Mother F#cker
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.
10/19/15
Biology Aids Winery Wastewater Treatment
Ontario winery's system relies on microorganisms and fits tight spaces and budgets
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