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09/13/16
Gewürztraminer is finally finding traction in Saskatchewan
If I were to pick the Wine of Canada, I'd likely pick Baco Noir and Gewürztraminer. I expect people would argue with me. Vidal Blanc, a cross of Trebbiano and an obscure French grape Rayon d'Or, is the source of our fabulous Icewine. (Pedant that I am, I must add that no nation on Earth has the same opportunity to make great bubbly as Canada. It's getting there but not quite.)
09/09/16
Ontario Selects First Grocers to Sell Wine
The winning grocers from across Ontario were selected via a competitive bidding process held by the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO).
09/07/16
Ontario wineries worry cost of selling their bottles in grocery stores will be prohibitively high
It's not that they don't want more retail options - most desperately do - it's that the cost of stocking grocery stores may prove prohibitively expensive. So after keeping the cork in it as former banker Ed Clark reviewed Ontario's alcohol sales options, the wine industry is slowly starting to speak out.
09/07/16
A wine-harvest record
While it is a little cold and dreary outside, it's great weather for a bunch of grape pickers that just got very busy.
08/31/16
Dames of B.C.'s wine industry craft two new wines to support women's education
All profits from the #DamesWine Project support Les Dames d'Escoffier's food and beverage scholarships
08/30/16
The Hatch Named Fifth Best Winery in British Columbia and Ninth Best In Canada at Wine Alilgn National Wine Awards of Canada
In only its first full year of operation, the hatch Winery, based in West Kelowna, has been named in the top 10 of wineries in Canada and placed within the top 5 in British Columbia specifically at the Wine Align National awards. The Wine Align National awards are the most respected Canadian wine judging events which seeks to acknowledge the best individual wines and wineries in the nation.
08/30/16
Hot, dry weather good for Ontario grapes, wine
Given the quality of 2016's crop, the year should be a good one for winemakers
08/29/16
Ontario grape growers enjoying a banner harvest due to hot and dry summer
The hot and dry weather that menaced crops in much of southern Ontario this summer has turned out to be a blessing for the province's grape growers, who expect to reap a banner harvest
08/26/16
Nova Scotia wine industry benefiting from hot and dry summer
'We're just crossing our fingers for this to last,' says the viticulturist at Blomidon Winery
08/26/16
Booze delivery app Drizly makes Calgary debut
Drivers deliver alcohol picked on smartphone from Liquor Depot locations
08/26/16
The discovery that could transform Canada's cool climate wine industry
A possible solution is one that has never been tried with wine grapes before until now: moving production indoors. That's what Dr. Mehdi Sharifi, a Canada Research chair in sustainable agriculture and professor at Trent University's School of the Environment, has been working on.
08/26/16
Beer, Wine and Spirits Delivery Arrives in Calgary
Drizly and Liquor Depot Expand Delivery Zone Further in Western Canada
08/25/16
Warm, sunny summer proves good news for P.E.I. wineries
Prince Edward Island.'s hot, dry summer may spell problems for some crops, but local wineries say it's a boon for grapes. "Honestly I think it has been our best year yet for growing," said Mike Newman, president of Newman Estate Winery in Murray River.
08/25/16
Nova Scotia wine industry benefiting from hot and dry summer
The hot temperatures and lack of rain are resulting in smaller grapes, meaning they're packing more flavour and should result in some tasty vintages.
08/24/16
Tulloch Vineyards names Michael (Jian) Cheng as Managing Director of Chinese Subsidiary
Tulloch Vineyards (Tulloch) is pleased to announce that Michael (Jian) Cheng will become Managing Director of its wholly-owned subsidiary in Shanghai. Michael will be responsible for Chinese and Asian operations as Tulloch commences its first shipments of Okanagan wine later this year.
08/23/16
Tulloch Vineyards names Michael (Jian) Cheng as Managing Director of Chinese Subsidiary
Tulloch Vineyards (Tulloch) is pleased to announce that Michael (Jian) Cheng will become Managing Director of its wholly-owned subsidiary in Shanghai. Michael will be responsible for Chinese and Asian operations as Tulloch commences its first shipments of Okanagan wine later this year
08/19/16
A Wine Lover's Guide to Atlantic Canada showcases growing industry
Writers Moira Joan Peters and Craig Pinhey explore industry with photographer Jessica Emin
08/18/16
Quartz Floor Hits the Right Notes at Award Winning Painted Rock Estate Winery in Okanagan Valley
Flowcrete Americas has been involved in a stunning floor installation at the Painted Rock Estate Winery located in Penticton, BC, Canada
08/16/16
Rebecca McKinney Joins Okanagan Crush Pad Team as Director of Sales and Promotions
Rebecca, who will be based at the winery's North Vancouver office, joins the existing sales force, Rebeka Erickson, Amy Hollenbach and Mike West, and will work closely with owner Christine Coletta to continue to strengthen customer relations and strategically grow sales.
08/09/16
Veneto Wines on the Rise in British Columbia
For the past few years, the complementary Veneto wine regions of Valpolicella DOC and DOCG wines and Prosecco Superiore DOCG have joined forces to invest resources in trade and media events in Western Canada. Now consumers across BC are taking notice
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