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British Columbia Wineries Pass Trial by Fire
Blaze comes within yards of vineyard rows in Golden Mile Bench
B.C. fires: Remaining Oliver, B.C. fire evacuees allowed to return home
The 100 homes near the Testalinden wildfire are still under an evacuation alert
Trouble finding fine wines? Blame the LCBO's new inventory system
Wine vendors experience a 'brief adjustment phase' with new system, making some wines hard to find
BC fires: Lizard Lake fire growing on Vancouver Island
The Pacific Circle Highway is closed and check points are in place south of Cowichan Lake
Looking Ahead to the Grape Harvest in BC
As we ease back into our work week after a long weekend to celebrate this great province, we reflect on how it has been a long, warm spring and summer across BC.
Analysis: Manitoba government booze stores cheaper, safer
Manitoba Liberal leader Rana Bokhari says, if elected, a provincial Liberal provincial government would look at making "substantial changes" in the way alcohol is sold in Manitoba, including potentially privatizing Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries.
Company charged in Shores of Erie Wine Festival case
The charges against the five board members of the Shores of Erie Wine Festival will be dropped next week, according to lawyer Patrick Ducharme. Meanwhile, a numbered company was charged under the Liquor License Act today, according to court documents.
2015 could produce best Okanagan wine in century
"I really do think this will be one of the best vintages in last 100 years for the Okanagan valley," says Eric von Krosikg, the winemaker at Summerhill Pyramid Winery.
Okanagan winemakers hope for 'vintage of the century'
"I've never seen anything like this, and I've been making wine for 32 years," said Eric von Krosigk, a winemaker at Summerhill Pyramid Winery
Hot weather creates bumper crop for BC's winemakers
The hot and dry conditions across B.C. have sped up the growing season and resulted in a bumper crop on Vancouver Island and the Okanagan region. But it also brings some unique challenges for the province's winemakers.
Growler program 'here to stay,' NB Liquor announces
NB Liquor says craft-beer enthusiasts have bought 80,000 litres of beer in growlers since September
Winegrowers Video Series: Lake Breeze winery
Winemaker Garron Elmes has made every bottle of wine at Lake Breeze since the day it opened 20 years ago. From arrival in Penticton from South Africa coincided with the launch of many small estates along what is now one of the most famous winegrowing benches in British Columbia. Today the winery is a premier producer of pinot blanc and joins a small cadre of producers making exciting pinot noir across the valley.
BC wineries feel the heat
Early harvest after hot, dry months is sweet for some growers, sour for others
NW wineries earn top honors at Indy International Wine Competition
WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana - Seven wines from the Pacific Northwest earned unanimous double gold medals at the 24th annual Indy International Wine Competition, staged last week at Purdue University.
Canada's Newest Wine Experience
Once home to fur traders, gold miners and infamous train robber Billy Miner, Kamloops, B.C., now boasts lush farms, a stunning riverfront and the recently created Kamloops Wine Trail. Not one to miss out on a day of wine tasting (not to mention exploring, shopping and spa-ing), we packed our bags and drove straight there.
B.C. Wineries May Sell Each Other's Products
Policy says producers can offer up to 20% non-house beverages, which must be consumed in onsite lounges and special events areas
Winegrowers Video Series: The Hatch winery
Meet GM Jessie Harnden and winemaker Jason Parkes and learn all about the Black Swift, a bird native to the Okanagan that lays a single egg per year. Single egg, single vineyard, well, you get the picture - The Hatch is an incubator for wine.
Feds support wine industry international marketing
... funding will allow the B.C. wine industry to: clarify and promote B.C.'s unique identity as a wine region
Canada displeased with latest U.S. move in trade spat
The government said a bill introduced Thursday in the U.S. Senate falls short of what would be required to avoid tariffs on American products
TPP talks offer Canada an opportunity to punch above its weight in Asia
Recent rumblings that the United States is so frustrated with Canada's reluctance to lower barriers to agricultural trade that it is considering completing a TPP that excludes us only heightens the pressure to address outstanding issues that are holding up the final text of the agreement.
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