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06/16/15

The Okanagan Wine Festivals Society is now accepting entries for the 2015 British Columbia Wine Awards. The final entry deadline for wineries to participate is September 7th, 2015.

06/16/15

Induction ceremony takes place November 22nd, 2015

06/12/15

Pad technology keeps local variety fresh for longer

06/12/15

THE Marquette grapevines clinging to a steep, rocky hillside in the southeastern Adirondacks are among a host of new grape varieties that have enabled a boutique wine industry to take root in areas of the US Northeast and Midwest that were previously inhospitable.

06/11/15

Aquilini Investment Group of Vancouver, British Columbia, is in the midst of planting 545 acres of wine grapes in Washington's smallest American Viticultural Area.

06/11/15

A law at the heart of a cross-border dispute faces a key vote in the House of Representatives and, if it's adopted there as expected, it would face a final test in the Senate.

06/11/15

Fox Run Vineyards has begun the installation of a 576 panel, 150 kilowatt system, which is one of the largest solar energy projects to date in Ontario and Yates Counties.

06/11/15

"We have an unprecedented opportunity ..."

06/10/15

Revamp of province's pricing structure favors Canadian bottles

06/10/15

Twenty-three years is a long time in the wine-producing world and nowhere more so than in Canada, which as a major tasting in London's Canada House confirmed, is now a serious producer of interesting, quality wines. Justin Keay reappraises Canadian wine.

06/10/15

The BC Wine Appellation Task Group had discussions at its formal meeting in advance of a wine industry stakeholder online survey. Four major themes have emerged from the consultations so far including; new wine appellations in BC, making certification of origin of grapes mandatory, the future of the BC VQA standard, and streamlining the auditing process.

06/09/15

- Marks the milestone with a $30,000 community donation to Pier 21 Museum and Children's Wish Foundation -

06/05/15

Owners pull out of several summer festivals because they're not allowed to sell wine

06/05/15

U.S. requirement for country-of-origin labelling considered protectionist industry

06/05/15

Ontario's first annual Local Food Report takes a look at sales of local wine at farmers' markets across the province. It says more than one million dollars of V-Q-A wine has been sold at the markets since the province began the two-year pilot project last year.

06/05/15

If enacted, wine could be among the products affected ...

06/05/15

Wayne Gretzky Estates Winery and Craft Distillery will build a 15,000-square-foot facility on Niagara Stone Road in the heart of Ontario's wine tourism region. It is slated to open in spring 2017

05/28/15

The biggest export market for U.S. wine may impose tariffs this summer; British Columbia is keeping U.S. wine off grocery-store shelves

05/28/15

Graduates from Canada's first teaching winery had reason to cheer at the 2015 Ontario Wine Awards.

05/22/15

The Eagle Point Winery, once hailed as the vanguard of investment cash flowing into the Thousand Islands area, has closed for good. Tom Lawler, former operations manager, said the winery has sold off all of its wine-making equipment and the property on Escott-Rockport Road is for sale.

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