The United States says it wants Canadian province British Columbia to stop discriminating against imported wine through its regulation of allowing only provincial wine to be sold on regular grocery store shelves.
Mr. Horgan, who in the past has voiced support for bringing existing operators on board, seemed to suggest on Tuesday that B.C.'s robust marijuana industry means the province is already well-positioned to begin legal retail sales by the federal government's July 1 target.
The wine dispute -- initiated in the last days of the previous administration -- comes as negotiators from the U.S., Canada and Mexico try to hash out a revamp of the North American Free Trade Agreement
A pioneer in the BC wine industry, he has been awarded with innumerable accolades and established many firsts in the province, including the first to release a series of single vineyard designated wines.
Palate Press Taking it Slow in Central Otago (Part 1)August 30thChallenged 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.