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Why Canada Should Be Your Next Wine Vacation
With increasing investment in vineyards and quality production, the best wineries in British Columbia are producing more single vineyard wines utilizing small parcels with unique expressions of terroir.
Canadian giant Peller to acquire Black Hills, Gray Monk, Tinhorn
The publicly traded company with headquarters in Grimsby, Ontario, said the combined total of the three transactions will cost $95 million in a combination of cash and stock. The sales are expected to be finalized by Nov. 1. According to Peller, the three Okanagan Valley wineries generated a total of $25 million in their most recent fiscal year.
Niagara College's Teaching Winery wins four medals at All Canadian Wine Championships
They won double gold for their 2013 Prodigy Icewine, gold for their 2012 Balance Brut Sparkling Wine, silver for their 2012 Mentage and bronze for their 2013 Barrel Fermented Chardonnay.
Toronto Star wine column leaves bad taste
Columbia Journalism Review blasts newspaper column suggesting wine pairing for 12 Years A Slave ...
Round of NAFTA talks ends amid resistance over Mexico wages
Produce growers, many of whom have operations in all three countries, said they like the current dispute resolution system.
PEI winemakers say cheers to dry summer
The berries on the plant are small so the yield will be down, but they'll be better quality, said Mike Newman, wine maker at Newman Estate Winery in eastern P.E.I.
Justin Trudeau Joins the Cool(-Climate) Kids of Canadian Wine
Also in Unfiltered, the discovery of the oldest-ever wine in Italy, a cancer fund-raiser for a Napa winemaker, and the "blue wine" saga continues to unfold
10 Wines That Tell The Future: Visionaries From The Okanagan Valley
Here are ten favorite wines that I tasted during my recent visit, along with a few notes on what I saw in them.
Q&A: Barry Katzman, Chairman of the Niagara Grape and Wine Festival
For most Niagarans, there's one festival that's synonymous with September: Grape & Wine. Known more formally as the Niagara Wine Festival. Each year, the region comes together to celebrate Niagara's grape and wine industry, hailing a new grape grower as Grape King and tasting out the new vintages offered up by Niagara's many world-class wineries. From the annual grand parade through St. Catharines' downtown core to the big party in Montebello Park, the festival brings people together each year. Barry Katzman understands that perhaps better than most, as chairman of the board of the Niagara Grape and Wine Festival for the past nine years, and a member of Niagara's wine industry for 19 years.
Looking at the Nova Scotia wine industry
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Looking at the Nova Scotia wine industry
Nova Scotia has a long and rich tradition growing grapes for wine dating back to the 1600s, when we were one of the first areas to cultivate grapes in North America. And, of course, many Canadians know that Canada's wine industry has enjoyed explosive growth and increasingly broad international recognition in recent years. It is worth considering just how rapidly our own indigenous wine industry has grown: from 13 wineries in 2011 to 20 wineries today.
Fitzpatrick Family Vineyards Agency Agreement with Vintage West Wine Marketing
Vintage West specializes in representing family owned and operated wineries focused on producing premium wine.
Canada will continue to stand up for wine industry: Trudeau
PM discusses NAFTA during tour of Niagara College teaching winery
Confessions Of A Wine Writer: Biases Revealed, Unknown Wine Region Exposed
Cathy Huyghe writes about wine in British Columbia
Stakeholders assess Canada's NAFTA game plan
The Canadian objectives outline about 10 core NAFTA objectives - from boilerplate trade goals such as cutting red tape, to a push for "progressive" chapters on the environment, labour, gender rights and Indigenous relations.
Toronto's boom boosts craft beer scene
Today, Ontario is home to roughly 300 breweries, "with Toronto capturing a fair share of that number," says Les Murray, a 21-year veteran of the Canadian beer industry. BeerAdvocate counts at least 50 breweries in the city, many popping up in the last handful of years. Yet despite the rapid growth, Murray characterizes the overall craft beer scene as still in its infancy.
Trend towards solar power at Okanagan Valley wineries (video)
The last panels are being installed on top of a carport at Burrowing Owl Estate winery in Oliver.
Canada's NAFTA demands: Good luck with that, say skeptical U.S. trade vets
The Canadian government has just released priorities for the talks which begin Wednesday and they include a broad desire for four new chapters, and two specific demands: fewer Buy American rules for public contracts and freer movement of professionals.
Chamboulé Chardonnay Takes to the Air
A Canadian natural wine enthusiast is making waves in California, with wines that improve the longer they are open.
Canadian restaurant industry concerned lower blood-alcohol limit could serve up trouble
"We don't want to see people deterred from eating out and having a glass of wine with dinner," said Joyce Reynolds, executive vice president of the Restaurants Canada association. "That would be devastating to our industry."
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