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12/09/15

Province to spend $1M to expand grape production in multi-million dollar wine industry

12/08/15

Retaliation for regulation of imported meat could hurt US wine exports

12/04/15

Andrew Peller Limited (TSX: ADW.A)(TSX: ADW.B) (the "Company") announced today that it has been awarded "Canadian Wine Producer of the Year" by the International Wine and Spirit Competition ("IWSC") at its 2015 Annual Awards Banquet held at the Guildhall in London, England on November 26, 2015.

12/03/15

Wine tourism in BC is on the rise, reporting a record high in visitors and sales this year, and gaining accolades as a world-class wine destination from publications and wine critics around the world.

12/03/15

With the holiday season upon us, a bottle of Riesling makes the perfect wine pairing with a slow-roasted, turkey dinner. For local wine connoisseurs, this won't just be any bottle of Riesling, but one that is uniquely representative of its terroir in British Columbia.

12/03/15

The wine grape has been called "the canary in the coal mine of agriculture." There's no question it has gotten far warmer in many of the world's wine regions. In fact, it has become too hot to make truly elegant Chardonnays in some previously celebrated regions like Napa. Today, the canary has flown 800 miles north all the way into Canada, to what some scientists call the "magical climate zone" for Chardonnay, and that's exactly why I moved there.

12/03/15

On The Coast's Master of Wine Barbara Philip says that while the Okanagan Valley is still in a mode of experimentation when it comes to planting grape varieties and making different styles of wine, a few are emerging as "signatures" for their respective regions.

12/03/15

The B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union and the B.C. Private Liquor Store Association have joined forces to call for legal marijuana to be sold through the existing alcohol retail system, in both government and private stores.

12/02/15

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12/02/15

British Columbia wine producers report multiple break-ins worth tens of thousands of dollars

12/02/15

Local wineries could face supermarket squeeze while consumers swallow the cost.

12/02/15

'Tis the season to be trendy: as 2015 winds down, it's time to take a look at the flavor combinations that will influence Canadian chefs and diners next year. US research firm Technomic released its predictions about what would hit the plates of Canadian diners earlier this month. (You can read about the company's US trends from ForbesLife contributor Darren Tristano, president of Technomic, here.)

12/02/15

Grape growers in Niagara are getting a little nervous tonight. They've left almost 4800 tons of grapes on their vines for ice wine this year, but this stretch of above seasonal weather is a cause for concern.

12/01/15

B.C. VQA Wine sales are up 8.96 per cent from last year and 30 per cent of sales are directly from cellar doors.

12/01/15

The future is indeed unaffordable for wine, beer and spirits drinkers in British Columbia because what are considered the highest prices in North America already are doomed to rise even more while B.C. wines get squeezed off the shelves.

11/30/15

Grapes must be picked while still frozen on the vine in order to make the dessert wine.

11/30/15

'It's putting a language to those aromas and those sensations in your mouth'

11/24/15

"They come in, they smash, they grab, they know where they are going to in each winery," said Glenn Fawcett, president of Black Hills Estate winery in Oliver.

11/24/15

While many are cheering the Ontario government's move to allow grocery stores to sell beer, small food stores and local-food advocates say the new move falls flatter than a day-old glass of draft.

11/19/15

Get into the holiday spirit early with a visit to some of BC's best wineries. Between November 27th and December 6th you can find a great selection of open houses, events, light ups, tastings, gift ideas and more at the cellar doors of the wineries from six regional winery associations.

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