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07/09/14

Grape growers are getting a 2 percent price increase over two years as part of an agreement reached with wineries. Debbie Zimmerman, CEO of Grape Growers of Ontario, says the agreement covers 18 varieties and the price increase is over this year and 2015.

07/08/14

The British Columbia Wine Institute is once again partnering with Visa Infinite to offer one-of-a-kind winery experiences, special discounts and complimentary tastings at more than 30 BC wineries.

07/08/14

Vineyard owner and agronomist discusses situation regarding glyphosate in British Columbia

07/07/14

"We have the largest selection of product of any province in Canada."

07/01/14

A sixth generation farmer, Howard took over the family farm at a young age. And it was during those early days on the farm that his reputation as a hard worker was forged, said Sue-Ann. When Howard's grandfather died, Sue-Ann said her father went in the next day to see what needed to be done on the farm

06/30/14

A Canadian winemaker has won a landmark case against a regulatory body which attempted to revoke its approval of some 6,000 bottles of icewine.

06/30/14

Niagara is well represented in this year's Lieutenant Governor's Award for Excellence in Ontario Wines. The 2014 recipients were announced on Friday, with 11 wines picking up top honours for attaining a level of excellence.

06/30/14

The Grape Growers of Ontario is seeking the grower of the year. The organization is currently accepting nominations from the community of the Ontario grape grower that you feel would be an excellent candidate for the 2014 Grape Grower of the Year.

06/26/14

Royal DeMaria's Joseph DeMaria took the Vintners Quality Alliance Ontario to court over certification rules; the court found the VQA overstepped its bounds

06/26/14

A whole lot more downtown St. Catharines restaurants may soon be following the lead of Dani's Bistro and VQA Wine Bar on St. Paul Street. That's because the decision by owner Danielle Murray to only stock VQA wines from Niagara when she opened her doors earlier this year now seems like a very smart move given the fact the downtown may now see a whole lot more fans of Ontario wine walking up and down streets.

06/25/14

Once a VQA wine, always a VQA wine. That was a landmark Provincial Offences Court ruling handed down by justice of the peace Brett Kelly Tuesday after he dismissed three charges that Royal DeMaria was illegally selling its wines under the prestigious VQA designation.

06/25/14

The Wine Route, which includes more than 500 way-finding signs placed in strategic locations throughout the wine growing regions of Ontario, provides consumers with easy navigation to wineries, restaurants, accommodations and other experiences in the area.

06/24/14

Best-selling American hard cider hits shelves in Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta, with the rest of the country to follow later this summer

06/24/14

There's something a little different brewing at this Niagara Falls restaurant. Actually, it's not really brewing, rather than fermenting. It's wine on tap, and it's something that sets Weinkeller, which is German for wine cellar, apart from other local eateries.

06/24/14

By 2015, Quebec's liquor board hopes to open up to 6 outlets inside the stores of a major grocery chain

06/20/14

Fort Berens 2012 Riesling was just awarded the very prestigious 2014 Lieutenant Governor's Award for Excellence in British Columbia Wines. Located in Lillooet, in the Fraser Canyon, this award marks the first ever Lieutenant Governor's Award for Fort Berens and the first for this emerging wine region.

06/19/14

A recent trend in Ontario: red wines made from dried grapes, a style popular in Italy (where it's called appassimento). There's absolutely no reason why Ontario wineries shouldn't make wines this way.

06/19/14

With the trend of collaborations increasing and the popularity of Saison-style beers soaring, Mill Street Brewing Co. has partnered with Brothers Beer Bistro to create a special brew in honour of Ontario Craft Beer Week.

06/18/14

Provincial police say there are reports of some minor injuries after severe weather ripped through the central Ontario community of Angus. OPP Sgt. Peter Leon says he hasn't heard that anyone suffered a life-threatening injury as a result of the storm that hit the town Tuesday evening.

06/10/14

When the application went before a committee of council last week, former councillor Peggy Burris, some neighbours and the local Federation of Agriculture urged council to turn it down. Peggy Burris asked how long before natural farming is impacted by Hiller Creek Estates.

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