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Phantom Creek has acquired 63-acres of vineyard in BC's south Okanagan Valley
The vineyard, established in 2004 by Chris and Betty Jentsch, is planted to cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cabernet franc, petit verdot, and malbec with a bit of viognier and a block of syrah
Wine professionals from around the world coming to B.C. bootcamp
The top wine professionals from around the world are visiting the Okanagan
Glass half empty for Vancouver restaurants and stores importing wine
Wine woes blamed on LDB's new computer system, distribution practices
Constellation Brands buys stake in Canadian cannabis company Canopy Growth
Constellation will pay about $191 million (C$245 million) for a 9.9 percent stake in Canopy Growth Corp., a Canadian seller of medicinal-marijuana products. The deal kicked off the biggest rally in nearly a year for Canopy, which trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker WEED.
Wine conglomerate Constellation Brands buying 10% stake in pot company Canopy Growth
$245M deal gives the alcohol company the right to buy even more of the marijuana company later
Constellation has taken a 9.9% stake in Canadian marijuana company Canopy Growth Corp!
Constellation will work with Canopy to create and market cannabis-infused beverages. Constellation will not sell any such pot products in the U.S. unless marijuana is legalized nationally, but it is eyeing the Canadian market
O Canada, Let Me Pour You A Glass of Wine
If Canada is known internationally as a wine-producing country, it's probably for the superb ice wines grown on Ontario's Niagara peninsula, brands like Inniskillin and Jackson-Triggs. That's about to change. Whole Foods three years ago ran a month-long promotion of premium Canadian table wines, specifically eight wines from BC's spectacular Okanagan Valley in a promotion co-sponsored by the BC Wine Institute.
Climate change an apparent boon to Nova Scotia vineyards
Amid the havoc wrought elsewhere by global warming, Annapolis Valley vineyards have flourished as temperatures have moderated.
Nova Scotia vineyards flourish as climate change brings warmer temperatures
Despite dire implications elsewhere, Nova Scotia grape growers have branched out beyond hardy North American varieties and begun planting chardonnay and riesling-all thanks to global warming
The US and Canada Are Quarreling Over Wine
The dispute is over where imported wine can be displayed in British Columbia's grocery stores.
Canadian to sue Sunwing over 'champagne service' that used sparkling wine
Court documents claim Daniel Macduff, a retired civil servant from the Quebec City area, booked a Sunwing Airlines flight to Cuba last November that advertised a "champagne service." But instead of a glass of high-quality bubbly from France's famous Champagne region, Macduff was served a cheap sparkling wine, his lawyer said.
B.C. wineries join New Brunswick beer drinker in high court scrap over trade
Vancouver lawyer Shea Coulson says five B.C. wineries will argue as interveners in the case stemming from a 2012 incident when police fined a man who entered New Brunswick from Quebec with 14 cases of beer and three bottles of liquor.
From steelworker to grape grower
Fruit supplier to Niagara's best wineries, Warren Saunders has spent half a century watching Ontario wine evolve from Baby Duck to Bachelder
BC grocery store wine sales spill into WTO
The United States says it wants Canadian province British Columbia to stop discriminating against imported wine through its regulation of allowing only provincial wine to be sold on regular grocery store shelves.
John Horgan suggests dispensaries make B.C. well-positioned for marijuana legalization
Mr. Horgan, who in the past has voiced support for bringing existing operators on board, seemed to suggest on Tuesday that B.C.'s robust marijuana industry means the province is already well-positioned to begin legal retail sales by the federal government's July 1 target.
Okanagan grape growers downplay smoke impact
"We started with that experiment and then the smoke turned up throughout the summer."
N.B. wine industry hoping to celebrate vintage year
Wineries in the province are expanding and awards are starting to roll in. New Brunswick now boasts 10 wineries and over 100 acres of vineyards.
U.S. files second complaint with WTO over British Columbia's restrictions on wine sales
The wine dispute -- initiated in the last days of the previous administration -- comes as negotiators from the U.S., Canada and Mexico try to hash out a revamp of the North American Free Trade Agreement
How bureaucracy is keeping Ontario's best wine off liquor store shelves and nowhere near your dining table
'We are only just beginning to discover what our wines can taste like, never mind what they are supposed to taste like'
BC wine industry veteran Howard Soon isn't going out to pasture
Oh, what a summer we've had in the B.C. wine industry.
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