According to senior vice-president Doug Anderson, "With the House of Commons unanimously approving Bill C-311 - to remove the limitation on importing wine from other provinces - it seems clear that Canadians will welcome this change."
Negotiations are currently underway between the jurisdictions that control liquor legislation in all the provinces in Canada on what the limits will be in each on bringing wine, beer and spirits across the border from another province.
Houston-based Spec's was operating about 100 stores at the start of the year. By July 1, Spec's is projected to have around 135 units, with more expected later this year. That's nearly double the 71 stores Spec's operated at the end of 2010.
Nash is Certified Sommelier and Certified Wine Professional who worked for Boordy Vineyards before joining Grgich Hills part-time in the tasting room in 2011. She is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America at Greystone's Accelerated Wine and Beverage Program and from Middle Tennessee State University.
Press Release -- California Grapes International, Inc. has secured purchase orders and distribution channels in Southern China to increase its sales revenue in the next year for this area, well above $1 million.
Credit Billy Munnelly with one of the most memorable tastings at the annual Gourmet Food and Wine Expo in Toronto. The no-nonsense wine writer handed out bags of potato chips as the perfect match for a California sparkling wine he was serving. The crowd went wild. And why not?
Cannes 2012: Diageo, which owns Smirnoff, Johnnie Walker and Guinness, is to ramp up marketing that targets women in a bid to drive growth after admitting that previously it has focused too much on men
The Republican governor's comments came in the wake of published reports that Conti and two other liquor board officials had apparently accepted gifts and favors from board vendors, including wine and tickets to sporting events and golf tournaments.
Turzai then wrote an amendment to that bill to shut down the state stores and replace them with as many as 1,600 privately owned ones while giving the state's more than 1,000 beer distributors the first shot at buying the retail liquor and wine licenses
The 125,000-square-foot building is zoned for light industry. It has extensive office space, large open production and storage areas, and 12 bays for large trucks. It is largely not air-conditioned, but that could be installed by a new owner.
Here in Sonoma County, where the ties to the old country remain strong and there's a romantic attachment to the days of Prohibition rebels and speakeasies, refillable jugs are making a comeback, sealed by an environmentally friendly kiss.