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03/30/21
Non-alcoholic Beer Trailblazer, Partake Brewing, Expands to an Additional 11 States and Washington D.C.
The North American low-calorie, low-carbohydrate craft non-alcoholic beer launched in the U.S. in December 2020. Due to high demand following Partake's entrance into the American market, Partake craft beer is now available in Southern California, Colorado, Connecticut, Eastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Nevada, Texas, Virginia, Washington D.C. and nationally online.
03/25/21
QUINI DATA Integrates Net Promoter Score
Quini® announced the release of an upgrade to the company's QUINI DATA™ wine consumer sensory data and analytics platform for wine producers. The system leverages Quini's proprietary consumer wine tasting and rating data and algorithm to calculate and publish Net Promoter Score results.
03/24/21
Gretzky Winery hopes to have bigger presence in Kelowna
Recent plans submitted to the city's planning department seeks to expand the current Sandhill Winery and Calona Wines building to include Gretzky Winery.
03/24/21
Island Winery Calls on British Columbia to Help Feed Cowichan Families
Through April, in honour of BC Wine Month, Blue Grouse Estate Winery is making the call to support local and buy their wine. In return, the winery will donate $1 for every bottle sold, and the Brunner family, owners of the winery, will match each donation, dollar for dollar.
03/17/21
Phantom Creek: A Winery Aims To Become Powerhouse In Canada's Okanagan Valley
Phantom Creek Estates in Canada's Okanagan Valley. Courtesy of Phantom Creek Estates. A world-renown winemaker from France, chefs from a Michelin-starred restaurant in New York City, a 500-seat ...
03/16/21
Phantom Creek Estates Announces Winemaker Francis Hutt's Departure
Phantom Creek Estates announces winemaker Francis Hutt is returning to his native New Zealand for personal reasons and begin the immediate search for his replacement.
03/15/21
New Certification Program addresses need for virus-free vines
On March 8th, 2021 the Canadian Grapevine Certification Network (CGCN-RCCV) released amendments to its Certification Standards.
03/12/21
Molson Coors discloses cyberattack disrupting its brewery operations
Miller Coors said it's bringing in an outside forensic IT firm to investigate the breach, but that delays in shipments were likely.
02/25/21
A Similkameen legend: Remembering winemaker George Hanson
How George Hanson helped to grow the B.C. wine scene
02/24/21
Enartis USA announces approval of Zenith for use in Canada
Potassium Polyaspartate (KPA), the key ingredient, was authorized and listed by Health Canada.
02/23/21
Dandurand adds Canadian Winery to Portfolio to take TIME Family of Wines to Next Level
TIME Family of Wines (dba Five Vines Cellars) announces Dandurand is their new distribution partner, adding Canadian brands TIME Wines, McWatters Collection, and Evolve Cellars to the agency's stellar portfolio.
02/22/21
Brock alumnus to pair junk food with wine in latest online tasting event
The virtual tasting will feature Brock alumnus Mitchell McCurdy (BSc '18), Winemaker at Marynissen Estates Winery, on Saturday, March 20.
02/15/21
Organic ideas are growing in B.C.'s wine industry
The shift to earth-friendly wine growing is quickly spreading across B.C. wine country that some think could be as much as 50 per cent organic by 2030.
02/15/21
A perfect week for icewine
This week's polar vortex gave Okanagan wineries ample time to harvest almost 300 tonnes of frozen grapes for icewine.
02/11/21
Condolences pour in for beloved Similkameen winemaker
George Hanson, owner of Seven Stones Winery in Cawston, died Feb. 7
02/11/21
Q&A: The co-founders of Grape Witches on the power of natural wine
Nicole Campbell and Krysta Oben are on a mission to make their favourite wines more accessible. The industry veterans launched their business back in 2016 with the shared goal of bringing the ...
02/08/21
Man sentenced for hiding cameras in Summerhill Pyramid Winery washroom
The judge gave 44-year-old Ian Leighton seven months in jail followed by two years of probation after he pleaded guilty to twsecretly observing or recording nudity in a public place and one count of trying to obstruct justice.
02/04/21
Quini Appoints Danny Brager, Victor Giacomin and Dale Stratton To Advisory Board
Quini is "the leader in near real-time wine sensory data and technology solutions."
02/02/21
British Columbia Wine Institute Announces New Name: Wine Growers British Columbia
The British Columbia Wine Institute (BCWI), the voice of the B.C. wine industry, is proud to announce that we have changed our name to Wine Growers British Columbia (WGBC) to better reflect the value-add agriculture, agri-food and growth opportunities of this dynamic industry.
01/28/21
Terraview Manages a Vineyard through Climate Change
One key area of focus is enabling smart irrigation
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