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Deep freeze boosts Canada's Icewine harvest
A deep freeze across large swathes of North America has led to a strong harvest for Canada's Icewine producers
Good News For Ontario Wine Lovers
The Grape Growers of Ontario says the 79,756 tonnes of grapes are valued at $99.7 million.
BC: Kelowna Wine Country Half Marathon Registration Opens This Week
2nd Annual Race to be held September 6, 2014
Grape Growers of Ontario raise a glass to a record harvest
As well, over 6,000 tonnes of grapes were netted in the autumn and left to be harvested for Ontario's celebrated Icewine production.
Nova Scotia launches wine, beer consultations
Consultations to develop regulations that would allow people in Nova Scotia to make wine or beer in stores will start this week.
Ontario: Extreme cold will affect grape yields
The 2013 crop is valued at $99.7 million, up from $88.6 million in 2012 and came in at 79,756 tonnes.
Ontario Vineyards Produce Record Grape Harvest
Ontario Government Supports Industry Growth
Haywire Winery Introduces BC Wine to Asian Community
A BC winery will introduce a guide to pairing BC wines with Asian cuisine, and offer a specially labeled Haywire wine crafted for BC's Asian community to celebrate 2014 as the Year of the Horse.
Massive wine spill on BC highway requires 10-hour cleanup
A transport truck carrying a load of Casillero del Diablo red and white wine crashed through a centre median of a southern B.C. highway and hit another truck loaded with pulp at about 9 p.m. Wednesday.
Tragedy Strikes Canada as Giant Wine Spill Shuts Down Major Highway
Miraculously, neither driver was injured. The wine, as you can see, was not so lucky
Ontario: VineAlert program helps protect vineyards during frigid temps
With next year's grape crop at risk from the frigid temperatures, researchers at Brock University have issued a grapevine cold hardiness alert for growers across the province.
Icewine needs cold but not this cold
The cold may provide a brief break from icewine production for some but winemakers and vineyard managers will be busy watching temperatures Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evening that could be cold enough to damage grape vines.
The Ontario government plays Santa to Ontario Wine Growers
Early this week the Ontario government announced its new New Opportunities for Ontario Wine Growers policy paper. It has gone almost unnoticed in the Canadian media but for the provincial wine industry Santa has come early and is finally delivering on a wish list that has been gone unanswered for years.
Ontario: Lambton Winery Questions New Rules
Lambton County's first grape winery welcomes new regulations as long as they apply to all homegrown Ontario wines. Mark Alton, the owner of Alton Farms Estate Winery, has concerns if the rules only apply to VQA (Vintners Quality Alliance) wines.
Ontario is relaxing its rules to allow sales at farmers' markets, but much of the London area could be shut out.
Unless there's some leeway, most of the area's farmers' markets and small wineries could be shut out of an Ontario move to allow homegrown wine to be sold at such markets.
Canada: Benjamin Bridge Vineyards secures federal funding to improve production
The Government of Canada, through Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency's (ACOA) Business Development Program, is providing the company with $222,500, supporting the acquisition of modern equipment.
Ontario to allow wine sales at farmers markets
The Ontario government has uncorked a new $75M wine push on the eve of an expected Niagara Falls byelection.
Early Icewine harvest in Wine Country Ontario starts the festival fever
Icewine harvest had an early start this year as the temperature began to dip to below minus 8? Celsius in late November; temperatures that Canadians proudly embrace.
Winery & Grower Alliance of Ontario supports Provincial Government's Announcement Strengthening Wine Industry
The decision by the Government of Ontario today to invest $15 million per year - $75 million over five years - to support Ontario wine is a significant investment for a key industry in the province.
B.C. shoppers may soon buy beer and wine in grocery stores
"I'm concerned about the public safety aspect of that," she said. "We need to pay real close attention to that, at the same time we are making sure that B.C. products benefit from it, and health and safety is protected. But the public told us really clearly that they want convenience. We're trying to see if we can make that work."
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