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Vancouver International Wine Festival helps wineries cultivate tourism
Canada marks 150th birthday as annual event's theme country
Okanagan Valley orchardists transition to stellar wines at C.C. Jentsch
There's a common belief in Northwest wine industry that if a site produces plump cherries, then it bodes well for wine grapes
Wine War With Canada?
An ongoing trade dispute swirling around liquor sales in British Columbia reached new heights as the United States filed a formal complaint with the World Trade Organization last month, accusing the Canadian province of discriminating against American wine.
Nielsen Begins Measurement Of Beverage Alcohol Sales In Alberta
A global leader in measurement and analytics, this new measurement data further expands Nielsen's Beverage Alcohol coverage in one of Canada's most populated provinces, allowing a more comprehensive understanding of consumers' shopping behavior across beer, wine and spirits.
50th Parallel Estate shows successful reach of British Columbia wines
Few principals in the British Columbia wine industry are as flamboyant as Curtis Krouzel, yet his passion and dedication at 50th Parallel Estate Winery have meshed with winemaking talent Grant Stanley to produce some of the Pacific Northwest's most sophisticated wines.
Saskatoon woman organizes wine tasting for singles over 50
It can be tough entering the world of dating when you're over 50 - especially if online dating isn't your thing. So, a Saskatoon woman has come up with an idea that's tailored to those who prefer to meet face to face.
As B.C. snips away silly booze rules, Alberta can only watch and sulk
The latest allows any business in B.C. to apply for a licence to serve liquor, and though the final say still rests with municipal governments, it's expected Alberta's neighbour will soon have art galleries, bookstores, and yes, barber shops, were ordering a glass of wine or cold brew is both allowed and encouraged.
Grape growing a labour of love
I recently sat down with longtime and famed Ontario grape grower Jamie Slingerland
Pacific Island Winemaking So Near To Us, Yet Unknown To Most
While the 12,407 square-mile Vancouver Island enjoys a temperate climate, historically average summer temperatures challenge grape maturity
Filling a wine industry need in the Okanagan
A key next step in the development of the Okanagan wine industry will focus on expanding the local talent pool of viticulture expertise, says a South Okanagan winery owner.
Meet the Vancouver International Wine Festival Vine Stars
Vine stars from around the world will travel to Vancouver for the 39th Vancouver International Wine Festival, February 11 to 19 at the Vancouver Convention Centre and other venues in Metro Vancouver.
Canadians are discriminating against foreign wine, and the US isn't going to take it anymore
Good luck trying to pick up a bottle of foreign wine while shopping for groceries in British Columbia. A local regulation in the Canadian province only allows the sale of local wine on grocery store shelves. The US says that this is in violation of Canadian trade obligations and has initiated a dispute at the World Trade Organization.
Unfiltered: French Protesters Dump More Spanish Wine
Also in Unfiltered, British pop-reggae band UB40 makes Red Red Wine, and an unusual solution to a very cold ice-wine problem in Canada
Canadians are discriminating against foreign wine, and the US isn't going to take it anymore
Good luck trying to pick up a bottle of foreign wine while shopping for groceries in British Columbia
U.S. Disputes Preferential Sales in B.C.
Canada asked to address sale of B.C.-only wines on grocery shelves in province
Wine Institute Applauds United States' WTO Challenge to British Columbia Wine Program
On April 1, 2015, B.C. implemented a discriminatory program to offer only B.C. wines in B.C. grocery stores and continues to expand the number of B.C. wine only outlets, effectively banning imported wines
SGS Canada Inc. announces partnership with The Canadian Food and Wine Institute at Niagara College
SGS Canada Inc. and The Canadian Food & Wine Institute at Niagara College are proud to announce their partnership to offer a risk-focused, tool kit based approach to train in the "HOW TO" of food safety management. The Food Safety Program Optimization (FSPO) is designed to target risk reduction and provide the tools to students to demonstrate true risk-based diligence.
Treasury Wine Estates Selects Mark Anthony Wine & Spirits as its exclusive Importer and Distributor in Canada
"Mark Anthony is clearly the fine wine market leader in Canada and is perfectly positioned to maximize the potential of our brands with a unique go-to-market strategy that will differentiate our portfolio in the ever-changing and increasingly competitive Canadian market."
White wine and canola oil: NL's budding crop opportunities
New opportunities sprout from province's experimental crops on the west coast
Online alcohol sales in Ontario rose over the holidays: LCBO
The Liquor Control Board of Ontario says its online alcohol sales totalled nearly $2 million between Nov. 6 and Dec. 31, up from $1.7 million over the previous three months.
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