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01/07/14
Icewine needs cold but not this cold
The cold may provide a brief break from icewine production for some but winemakers and vineyard managers will be busy watching temperatures Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening that could be cold enough to damage grape vines.
12/23/13
The Ontario government plays Santa to Ontario Wine Growers
Early this week the Ontario government announced its new New Opportunities for Ontario Wine Growers policy paper. It has gone almost unnoticed in the Canadian media but for the provincial wine industry Santa has come early and is finally delivering on a wish list that has been gone unanswered for years.
12/19/13
Ontario: Lambton Winery Questions New Rules
Lambton County's first grape winery welcomes new regulations as long as they apply to all homegrown Ontario wines. Mark Alton, the owner of Alton Farms Estate Winery, has concerns if the rules only apply to VQA (Vintners Quality Alliance) wines.
12/18/13
Ontario is relaxing its rules to allow sales at farmers' markets, but much of the London area could be shut out.
Unless there's some leeway, most of the area's farmers' markets and small wineries could be shut out of an Ontario move to allow homegrown wine to be sold at such markets.
12/17/13
Canada: Benjamin Bridge Vineyards secures federal funding to improve production
The Government of Canada, through Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency's (ACOA) Business Development Program, is providing the company with $222,500, supporting the acquisition of modern equipment.
12/17/13
Ontario to allow wine sales at farmers markets
The Ontario government has uncorked a new $75M wine push on the eve of an expected Niagara Falls byelection.
12/17/13
Early Icewine harvest in Wine Country Ontario starts the festival fever
Icewine harvest had an early start this year as the temperature began to dip to below minus 8? Celsius in late November; temperatures that Canadians proudly embrace.
12/17/13
Winery & Grower Alliance of Ontario supports Provincial Government's Announcement Strengthening Wine Industry
The decision by the Government of Ontario today to invest $15 million per year - $75 million over five years - to support Ontario wine is a significant investment for a key industry in the province.
12/13/13
B.C. shoppers may soon buy beer and wine in grocery stores
"I'm concerned about the public safety aspect of that," she said. "We need to pay real close attention to that, at the same time we are making sure that B.C. products benefit from it, and health and safety is protected. But the public told us really clearly that they want convenience. We're trying to see if we can make that work."
12/12/13
Premier announces liquor policy changes
Premier Christy Clark announced the provincial government's support of several liquor policy recommendations at a stop in West Kelowna Wednesday morning; however, liquor sales in grocery stores was not one of them.
12/12/13
BC government backs 12 liquor policy changes
According to the release, the B.C. Liberal government is throwing its support behind the following recommendations: The Liquor Distribution Branch (LDB) should improve its marketing of B.C. liquor products in stores, developing new opportunities for product placement and innovative promotional and educational materials...
12/10/13
Paul Hobbs Imports Becomes Sole U.S. Importer for Canadian Producer Stratus Vineyards
Paul Hobbs' relationship with Stratus began in 2009, when he became the winery's viticultural and winemaking consultant. Located in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, this is the first winery to be added to the Paul Hobbs Imports portfolio that extends beyond South America.
12/10/13
Canada: Public-health advocates pushing for graphic, cigarette-style health warnings on wine, beer and liquor containers
A Nova Scotia researcher has added fuel to the movement with a strongly worded commentary just published in a medical journal, but he is not alone.
12/09/13
Paul Hobbs Imports Becomes Sole U.S. Importer for Canadian Producer Stratus Vineyards
Paul Hobbs' relationship with Stratus began in 2009, when he became the winery's viticultural and winemaking consultant. Located in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, this is the first winery to be added to the Paul Hobbs Imports portfolio that extends beyond South America.
12/05/13
BC: Floating and wine put region on the map
A New York travel writer also has taken notice of the region. William Travis named the Okanagan the top wine destination in the Huffington Post.
12/05/13
Ontario Rieslings approach world status
If you want to try Ontario Riesling but are cost conscious, offerings by Niagara's Strewn and Reif wineries are worth checking out.
12/04/13
Wines of British Columbia Increase Presence in United States (Press Release)
... partnership between the British Columbia Wine Institute (BCWI) and Good Company Wines.
11/26/13
Hainle Vineyards Estate Winery Robbed Of $30,000 Of Ice Wine
A winery in British Columbia's Okanagan Valley that became North America's first ice wine producer more than three decades ago says thieves broke in during the weekend.
11/26/13
B.C. Group Wins Washington Land
Investment firm bids $8.8 million for 670 acres in prime winery and grape-growing location of Red Mountain.
11/25/13
B.C. Researchers Test New Polyphenol Analysis
Method in development can quickly indicate authenticity of grapes and wine.
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