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07/09/15

Nine voting BCWI Directors represent British Columbia wineries of all sizes, including large wineries (selling more than 700,000 litres annually), medium wineries (selling more than 60,000 litres annually), and the many small wineries.

07/09/15

There's still only one grocery store selling BC wine on its shelves more than three months since the model was unveiled by the province, but there's actually supposed to be two

07/08/15

Winemakers concerned they will reportedly have to wait longer to get their product into supermarkets

07/08/15

Dr. Matthew Dahabieh, Head of Research at Renaissance, will present an hour-long industry seminar on yeast fermentation to prevent hydrogen sulfide (H2S) contamination in wine at the 16th Annual Enology & Viticulture Conference in Penticton, BC on Tuesday, July 21.

07/08/15

On June 24, College practicum students and staff planted Georgian vines at the Niagara College Teaching Winery's on-campus vineyards, located at the College's Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus.

07/08/15

Premier Kathleen Wynne's top business advisor Ed Clark had already foregrounded a delay in overhauling provincial wine regulations, but apparently the process is even more complicated than the former president of TD Bank had initially envisioned.

07/08/15

Rare grape varieties from the oldest viticultural region in the world have arrived in Niagara and have taken root in Niagara College's teaching vineyards.

07/07/15

Attendees will partake in an intensive, two-day instruction

07/03/15

Consumers can now buy directly from wineries in British Columbia and Manitoba

06/30/15

There was no vintage for M Cellars in 2014, and the winery took a tremendous loss. But this year, thanks to some innovative techniques learned from Canadian wine growers, his harvest should be huge. The techniques could help all the area's wine grape growers.

06/26/15

Nova Scotians can now import locally grown and produced Canadian wine for personal use without going through the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation

06/24/15

While things in Canada may not have reached quite that extreme - yet - after years of being passed over in favour of vodka, gin, the historic hero of cocktails from the negroni to the martini, is once more stepping onto the main stage. And as gin's popularity has grown, so has the number of brands.

06/23/15

Spain has become Canada's No. 5 supplier of wine, with exports rising 44 percent over the past five years, thanks to a growing appreciation of the Spanish bottled delights.

06/23/15

Jason Sharpe, the general manager of the Prince Edward County winery on Lake Ontario's north shore, said that until he was approached by Ottawa-based Rabbi Levy Teitlebaum, he didn't know much about the process of making kosher wine. - See more at: http://www.cjnews.com/index.php?q=node/140859#sthash.iD61AyYh.dpuf

06/23/15

John Leburn, Vice President, Chief Financial Officer of Corby, will leave the Company, effective August 31, 2015, and return to his native Scotland for family reasons. Antonio Sanchez has been appointed as his successor as Vice-President, Chief Financial Officer of Corby effective September 1, 2015.

06/22/15

The office of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario announced the winners of the fifth annual awards June 15. The 10 winning wines, recognized as having attained a level of excellence by a tasting panel, were among 305 VQA wines submitted by 84 wineries this year.

06/19/15

After suffering from some of the coldest weather in several decades, many Prince Edward County Wineries have faced damage, while vineyards to the west have not.

06/19/15

On Saturday August 22 the third annual BC Pinot Noir Celebration will see 26 of the province's best pinot noir producers delight the palates of more than 250 guests at the Linden Gardens in Kaleden.

06/19/15

One short year after processing the province's first sub-appellation proposal, the British Columbia Wine Authority faces an industry-led movement to overhaul its system of geographical indications (GIs).

06/18/15

Heads butted at Monday's city council meeting over adjustments to special events operations at a Naramata Bench winery, but it was given the endorsement.

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