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Inflation is afflicting the wine world, too--Here are three regions still delivering bang for the buck
Since the wine business very literally works on a yearly cycle, it remains to be seen whether and how the inflation crisis will affect premiumization. On one hand, producer costs have gone up and supply crisis problems keep fine wine margins low and price pressure up. On the other hand, consumers are squeezed and watching their disposable income shrink while. A recession is on the horizon.
Government of Canada Invests in Wine Industry
Members of the national government announced an investment of up to $990,866 to Wine Growers Canada. The project will help increase domestic and export sales of Canadian-made wine through targeted awareness and training initiatives.
Prospera Place launching new VIP experience with Kelowna winery
The new VIP lounge is open starting tonight (Oct. 19) when the Rockets host Brandon
The secret is out: Vogue names the Okanagan a wine region to visit this fall
After a pandemic pause, Okanagan wineries have been ready to welcome visitors from across the globe and they're getting a bit of help from arguably the world's most well-read fashion magazine.
25-acre property with winery in B.C.'s Similkameen listed for $6.9M -- less than some Vancouver condos
For less than the price of a luxury condo in downtown Vancouver, you could be living on a 25-acre property in B.C.'s Similkameen Valley that comes with a fully functioning winery.
Canopy Growth Announces Divestiture of Canadian Retail Operations
Decision supports the Company's strategic objectives including streamlining Canadian operations, achieving profitability, and advancing a premium brand-driven portfolio for consumers
Canada to Drop All COVID-19 Travel Restrictions on Oct. 1
Visitors traveling by air, rail, or cruise ship will no longer need to show proof of vaccination or undergo testing.
BC Wineries Valley Commons & Stoneboat add Partner
The Verhoeff family and investors purchased Stoneboat Vineyards, opened two locations for Valley Commons Winery, and welcomes Ian Scromeda as a partner and executive vice president.
New Niagara Custom Crush Studio 'game changing for the industry'
Ontario's first custom crush pad and multi-brand winery with retail and tasting bar is now a reality with the purchase of the Stoney Ridge winery in Vineland by a group of investors led by Rennie Vineyard owner Graham Rennie.
Examining the roots of great wine tourism
Establishing a sense of place--letting visitors dig right into the soil and smell the earth where the grapes are grown for their wine--is one strategy wineries can use to revive lagging tourism numbers coming out of the pandemic, new research from UBC Okanagan reveals.
Okanagan Crush Pad offering a crowd-funded ownership opportunity using FrontFundr
Okanagan Crush Pad is working with FrontFundr, the country's leading online equity crowdfunding platform, to enable members of the wine-loving public a chance to "own a winery."
Proposed alcohol guidelines in Canada recommend no more than 2 drinks per week
Current Health Canada guidelines say men should limit consumption to no more than three drinks per day and 15 drinks per week, while women should stick with a maximum of two drinks per day and 10 drinks per week.
Huge drop in grape harvest after 'superbly cold' winter event leaves Ontario winemakers worried
Grape production fell from 82,000 tonnes in 2021 to around 42,000 tonnes this year, growers say
Strike Continues at State Liquor Stores in B.C.
A survey of B.C. liquor, hospitality industries shows concern BCGEU strike is 'hurting' them.
B.C. hospitality, tourism and liquor groups seek quick resolution to BCGEU job action
The B.C. Restaurant and Food Services Association says in an open letter to Premier John Horgan and union president Stephanie Smith that businesses and workers can't afford for the job action to continue.
1 in 4 food and beverage manufacturers in Ontario waiting over a year to hire critical trade roles, according to new study
TORONTO, Aug. 23, 2022 /CNW/ - Ontario's food and beverage processing industry is seeking to increase education, employment opportunities, and access to qualified foreign workers as skilled trade shortages continue to take their toll on production capacity. This is according to a new study conducted by Food and Beverage Ontario and funded by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.
Customers annoyed by liquor rationing, no talks scheduled between B.C. government and union
After the first weekend of job action and liquor rationing that left some customers disgruntled, there was no sign negotiations would resume between the B.C. Government Employees Union and the province.
Liquor Wholesalers Strike in BC
No liquor or cannabis products will be distributed to B.C. businesses after 950 liquor distribution and wholesale workers walked off the job on the first day of a strike by the British Columbia General Employees' Union.
An invasive species threatens Ontario's wine and grape industry. Here's what you should know
There is cause for concern, and this insect "really likes to feed on grape vines," said Emily Posteraro, a program development coordinator at Invasive Species Centre, a Canadian non-profit.
Blasted Church Winery puts on devilish bash to celebrate 20th birthday
Okanagan Falls vineyard hosts 7 Deadly Sins theme party Saturday, Aug. 20
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