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Residents of Tuktoyaktuk vote to lift community restrictions on beer and wine
Residents of Tuktoyaktuk should soon be able to bring an unlimited supply of beer and wine into the community after a plebiscite Monday in favour of lifting restrictions in place since 2009.
Trade barriers a real problem for BC wineries
This is a real problem to Okanagan wineries, many of which have long lists of loyal customers from other provinces, especially Alberta. These customers buy wine and carry it back home. Some sign up for wine club memberships, one of the main benefits being several shipments of wine to your doorstep each year. Technically, that's illegal between most provinces.
Millennials closing in as BC's biggest wine drinkers
Generation X leads the way in current consumption of B.C. wine, as more wine drinkers are enjoying local varietals
Multimillion-dollar distillery under construction in Regina
Minhas family brings liquor expertise to Saskatchewan
Portugal Plans €13M Investment To Promote Wine Exports In 2018
The group, which will invest about €6.5 million of this total, says that 24% will be invested in the US - the main export destination of national wines. The US registered a 9.2% annual growth in volume of Portuguese wine imports between 2011 and 2016.
10th Annual Big Reds Wine Festival at Big White breaks attendance records
The two-night event saw over 600 guests flow through the Village Centre Mall to sample the handcrafted wines, making it the best attended Big Reds Festival to date.
Nova Scotia Plans To Sell Weed In Liquor Stores
Alongside bottles of vodka, whisky and rum, marijuana will soon be stocked on the shelves of liquor stores in Nova Scotia, Canada
Where protected lands stand after national monument review
U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke conducted a review of 27 monuments established by former presidents over more than two decades.
Death in drunk tank spurs call to stop jailing intoxicated people
Alternatives such as sobering centres and managed alcohol programs exist elsewhere in Canada
PEI will sell legal weed in stores run by its liquor corporation
Prince Edward Island will sell weed in standalone stores run by its liquor commission and online, the province announced on Thursday
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Taking it Slow in Central Otago (Part 1) August 30th Challenged by climate change, lack of available land and rising production costs, some of Burgundy’s top producers have established wineries in Oregon. But the more adventuresome are now flying much further afield — to New Zealand’s Central Otago.
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Vanessa Vineyard Lands Legendary Winemaker
September 25th Master Winemaker Howard Soon Joins Similkameen Valley Winery