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British Columbia: One of North America's Most Exciting Wine Regions

Having too few grapes to satisfy export demands, British Columbia's winemakers encourage wine fans to come up and visit this emerging region.
Jul 2006 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
p.c1 {text-align: right} Mother Nature appears to be the only element set to limit British Columbia's booming wine industry. Canada's westernmost province can't grow enough grapes to meet the unquenchable demand for its premium niche wines. "We wish we had more wine to sell," Jeff McDonald, communications manager at the British Columbia Wine Institute (BCWI), lamented. "We get calls from liquor boards across Canada trying to obtain more B.C. wine, but we're never going to meet the d...
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