Dec 2003 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Niagara Vintners Face Barren Vineyards After Record ColdPickings were slim throughout Canada's Niagara region this fall. A fierce winter devastated the crop. Vineyard owners said they would consider themselves lucky if they ended up with half their usual harvest of grapes."If we pick 50 percent of our normal crop, I'll be happy," stated Paul Speck, president of Henry of Pelham Estate Wineries and chair of the Wine Council of Ontario.The story was similar for most of the 54 wineries belonging to ...
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