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Wine Country Ontario has extended the tour of its VQA Wine Tasting Truck to take the wine tasting experience directly to consumers across Ontario. The mobile tour showcases Ontario VQA wines and encourages Ontarians to sample and discover what's great about local in a unique, educational and fun way!


Quebec's Unibroue makes a big, pricy splash with 50 six-litre bottles of Fin du Monde, on Thursday at Toronto's Summerhill location.


Washington and British Columbia winemakers call November pick the earliest in years


"I believe that they've not only accomplished but also exceeded their goal in producing Canada's finest wine,"


The Company generated a profit in Q2 2015 of $116,320, a substantial improvement from the Q2 2014 loss of $2,431,770. Sales for Q2 2015 were $5,863,300 compared to $5,255,155 for Q2 2014, representing an increase of 11.6%.


Boozed-up birds are falling from the sky in Canada after getting drunk on frost-fermented berries.


Together, Dick Snyder, owner and editor of CityBites Magazine and wine enthusiast Justyn Szymczyk, are on path to change the way people enjoy good wine with kwä, an online source for high quality sommelier-selected wines that are not available at the LCBO.


Whistler's Samantha Rahn, wine director at Araxi Restaurant and Sommelier of the Year 2013, releases Samantha Syrah, a wine she made at Okanagan Crush Pad winery through their Okanagan Wine Campus program, with proceeds to the BC Hospitality Foundation.


April 1, 2015, will mark the first day that grocery stores are allowed to sell liquor through the store-within-a-store model


Other changes going into effect that day affect government B.C. Liquor Stores, which will be allowed to offer walk-in coolers, to stay open for longer hours and to open Sundays.


Okanagan College, located in B.C.'s premier winemaking region of Okanagan Valley, has released a list of wine-related workshops which will take place starting this month and extending through October to January.


British Columbia company opens outpost in Ontario


This four-year $590,000 research program is a collaborative effort between Vineland, the Ontario Tender Fruit Producers (OTFP) and the University of Guelph with additional support provided by the Ontario Fresh Grape Growers and VineTech Canada


Sales for the three months ended September 30, 2014 rose 7.2% to $82.8 million from $77.2 million in the same quarter last year. The increase was due to the launch of new products including the introduction of skinnygrape spritzers and Panama Jack cocktails, the introduction in fiscal 2014 of Wayne Gretzky wines into Western Canada, and the launch of Black Cellar.


Diamond Estates Wines & Spirits Inc. ("the Company") (DWS) is pleased to announce that as of 5:00 p.m. today it has completed the sale and leaseback of its De Sousa Estates Winery in Beamsville, Ontario to Oakwest Corporation Limited


The state liquor monopoly SAQ in Quebec, Canada, has promised to remove a racist comment from its promotional video after a backlash of criticism.


Union says it will review video shot in Alberta and make necessary changes


Taking advantage of a new supply of seasonal wines, the Wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake this weekend will be starting a month-long special promotional event during what is traditionally a slower time of the year for tourism.


Canadian wines have a chance to capitalise on its strong links with Asia, as the realisation of its wine industry's growing quality spreads.


On Nov. 8, Penticton will be celebrating Wine Tourism Day with the first-ever Canadian Wine Tourism Summit, joining in a worldwide series of events and promotions to encourage travel to the world's wine regions.

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