The LOI contemplates developing a premium cannabis-infused beverage for inclusion in Eve & Co's consumer packaged goods launch and entering into a license agreement for the Girls' Night Out brand within 60 days.
The new limits are: Six litres of spirits, or roughly five 40-ounce bottles; 18 litres of wine, or two dozen standard-sized bottles; 52 litres of beer or coolers, which equates to more than 12 dozen normal-sized bottles or cans. The province quietly enacted regulations with the new amounts earlier this month. There was no press release or other apparent public announcement about the booze bonanza.
Located at the north end of Oliver, BC, District Wine Village will serve as the gateway to Canada's Wine Capital and will give 16 artisan producers the chance to create their own brand with a low capital investment and operational assistance along the way.
Wine Institute announced today the appointment of Danielle Giroux as its new Director of California Wines Canada, responsible for marketing and promotion in the largest single-country market for California wines. Giroux brings 15 years of wine industry sales and marketing experience to the role, including marketing and communications strategy, brand development and event management. She most recently served as Vice President, Marketing at Colio Estate.
Wines made from Marquette, a cold-hardy hybrid developed by the University of Minnesota, can now be classified as "VQA Ontario," just like wines made from traditional vinifera varieties, according to the Vintners Quality Alliance, the regulatory agency that enforces winemaking and labeling standards in Ontario.
When tasked with making choices for a big group, like selecting wine for the table, independent people typically make choices that more strongly reflect their own preferences, according to a new University of Alberta study examining how consumers make unilateral decisions for themselves and others.
With more than 50 confirmed speakers, registration is now open for the International Cool Climate Wine Symposium (ICCWS), which takes place in Canada from July 12 to 16, 2020 and is being planned by Brock University's Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI) alongside its research and industry partners across the country
The KinsBrae PortaVino is a personal size, resealable aluminum bottle designed specifically for wine. With its elegant silhouette and convenient 250 ml volume, the PortaVino bottle provides ultimate versatility for the on-the-go lifestyles of today's wine drinkers
Canada's Okanagan Valley really takes your breath away as vines reach down to the surface edge of the lake that dominates this stunning setting. It's a place to reflect and admire as well as make award winning, world class wines, says Rebel Pi's Jackie Fast.
From July 12 to 16, 2020, leading researchers, winemakers, grape growers, educators and media from around the world will gather at Brock University for the 10th instalment of the symposium, which takes place every four years. It is the first time the conference has come to Canada and will focus on how climate change is driving innovation in the grape and wine industry