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04/14/17
More of the world's grape and wine insiders are coming to CCOVI
Charles Bénard is close to the wine industry, but far from home. His parents manage the Champagne Bénard-Pitois vineyard and winery in France, and Bénard himself is a second-year student at AgroSup Dijon, the French national institute for food and agronomic sciences.
04/13/17
B.C. eagerly anticipating federal pot law; NDP, Greens prepare policy
Growing marijuana has become a backyard tradition in B.C. and the number of medical marijuana dispensaries in Vancouver and Victoria rival Tim Horton's outlets. Politicians, entrepreneurs and ordinary citizens are convinced marijuana offers unprecedented economic, social and health opportunities as Ottawa gets ready to introduce its legislation.
04/11/17
Tony Stewart: 'My friends are probably surprised I'm in the wine business'
Tony Stewart, 50, is chief executive officer of Quails' Gate winery in Kelowna, B.C. Under Stewart Family Estates, the company acquired and operates wineries in Sonoma, Calif.
04/11/17
The man who put B.C. on the international wine map
This year marks Harry McWatters's 50th vintage in the Canadian wine industry, and at 71, he's opening another winery.
04/07/17
Washington Foundation Block a Model for Industry
Canadian growers say they would like to emulate protocol in B.C. vineyards.
04/07/17
Free trade within Canada gets a boost from new deal
Agreement aimed at easing barriers between provinces on thousands of products.
04/06/17
LCBO workers set strike vote date
Liquor Control Board of Ontario staff represented by the Ontario Public Service Employees Union will be holding a strike vote on April 24 and 25.
04/04/17
Winemaker André Hueston Mack brings 'garage wine' to the fast-casual crowd
There are two easy predictions that can be made about the Taste Oregon event taking place next week in Toronto's Distillery District. First, that many of Oregon's fresh, easy-drinking chardonnays and pinot noirs will wind up on this summer's wine lists and, second, that a lot of action will be buzzing around the Mouton Noir booth.
03/31/17
Provinces poised to sign historic Canadian Free Trade Agreement in April
'It will fundamentally change the way we do trade,' says Manitoba premier.
03/30/17
Nova Scotia Wine Industry Prepares for Growth
Wine values on the rise as region plans for 1,000 vineyard acres.
03/27/17
New wineries dig deep
O'Rourke Family Vineyard is currently bottling their very first commercial release on Monday, which will be available to the public on May long weekend at their new location on Goldie Road
03/24/17
Proposed change for Canadian wine labels aimed at reducing confusion
The changes pertain to cellared wines, which are wines bottled in Canada, but don't use 100 per cent Canadian grown grapes. Labels will say 'international blend from imported and domestic wines,' instead of the current wording, 'cellared in Canada.'
03/24/17
Wine Adventure: 24 Wines from Ontario
here was a massive range of quality in these wines. I rated wines as low as 75 points and as high as 92, and the distribution of scores is spread across that range
03/23/17
Proposed change for Canadian wine labels aimed at reducing confusion
The changes pertain to cellared wines, which are wines bottled in Canada, but don't use 100 per cent Canadian grown grapes. Labels will say 'international blend from imported and domestic wines,' instead of the current wording, 'cellared in Canada.'
03/21/17
Summerhill Pyramid Winery Takes Top Spot at France's Chardonnay du Monde Competition
The top 10 highest scoring wines at the 2017 Chardonnay du Monde competition have been released from Burgundy, France. Topping the list is Kelowna's Summerhill Pyramid Winery 2014 Chardonnay Icewine.
03/13/17
That's the spirit! How Canadian politicians use diplomatic dinners to push wine into foreign markets
Governor David Johnston and his wife Sharon hosted an official dinner - the Friends of Canada Reception - during their state visit to Sweden last month. It was given at the Vasa Museum in Stockholm, Scandinavia's most-visited museum
03/10/17
Quails' Gate Winery: Canada's Best Managed Companies 2017
On 200 acres of lush farmland, with 2,000 feet of shoreline on Okanagan Lake, sits the Stewart family homestead. "Growing up there was like endless summers," recalls Tony Stewart. "Only, during the day, they made us work."
03/09/17
Canadian Wineries Eye the World Stage
Some vintners suggest united marketing front to replace regional groups
03/08/17
Foundations Marketing Group Forms Strategic Partnership with Victoria Distillers of Canada
Foundations Marketing Group (FMG), a leader in marketing innovations for the wine and spirits sector, along with Victoria Distillers, announce a strategic partnership for U.S. market entry.
03/08/17
Spirits Canada Response to Ontario Assistance Program for Distillers
Ontario announced a new program to provide eligible distillers up to $4.42 per litre in financial relief, up to $220,000 per producer.
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