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08/10/20
You can sleep in a wine barrel floating on a river in Canada
The red cedar barrel, which runs on solar power, is 9.4 feet long and houses a queen-size bed, flat-screen TV and DVD player, and a mini-fridge, according to the listing.
08/03/20
Geddy Lee Needs Your Wine!
Good Food Revolution is proud to post the open letter below by rock legend and self-described "fermented grape enthusiast" Geddy Lee in support of a special COVID-19 wine auction meant to offer relief to our hospitality industry.
07/30/20
Here's why the price of Canadian wine is set to go up
It's going to happen within the next two years, and is connected to a dispute with Australia
07/27/20
Hugging Tree Winery Moves Location
The new sites are 2 kms apart along Upper Bench Road just east of Keremeos, BC.
07/24/20
Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association Becomes Founding Signatory for Future of Tourism Coalition
The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA) has become a founding signatory with the Future of Tourism Coalition.
07/21/20
Wholesale liquor pricing introduced for B.C's restaurants and pubs
Restaurants and pubs throughout the province will now be able to purchase beer, wine and spirits at wholesale cost instead of liquor store retail prices.
07/16/20
Dandurand Group Acquires Univins and Spirits
"Our goal is to provide an ever-increased level of excellence to the Canadian market."
07/14/20
How B.C.'s wineries have risen to the challenges posed by COVID-19
As wineries are slowly re-opening their tasting rooms and restaurants, we take a look back how the industry rose to this most challenging of times
07/14/20
Blue Grouse celebrates new wine producing region recognized on Vancouver Island
The Cowichan Valley is being recognized as a new sub-geographical indication (sub-GI), an official and protected term under B.C. law used to help consumers identify B.C. wines' origins. The Cowichan Valley sub-GI is roughly defined as the area between the Cowichan watershed, the eastern coastline from Mill Bay to Maple Bay and the western area of Cowichan Lake.
07/14/20
Report: Canada, US to extend ban on non-essential border traffic
Canadians say surge in US coronavirus cases means no chance of non-essential tourist traffic between the two countries.
07/13/20
New wine producing region recognized on Vancouver Island
The Cowichan Valley is being recognized as a new sub-geographical indication (sub-GI), an official and protected term under B.C. law used to help consumers identify B.C. wines' origins. The Cowichan Valley sub-GI is roughly defined as the area between the Cowichan watershed, the eastern coastline from Mill Bay to Maple Bay and the western area of Cowichan Lake.
07/13/20
Interview with Tim Coons, Estate Manager at Trius Winery in Niagara on the Lake, Ontario.
Tim Coons, Estate Manager at Trius Winery talks how the pandemic has affected the winery!
07/10/20
Local Time Campaign Insipires Wine Lovers to Discover BC Wine Country This Summer
The BC Wine Institute (BCWI), with support from Destination BC tourism initiatives, recently launched its Local Time campaign, inviting wine lovers from across the province to explore BC wine through the new Wines of BC Explorer app and Sip LOVE Local contest.
07/09/20
Ardagh Group Supplies Arterra Wines Canada with Lightweight Bottles
The 1.5L Bordeaux Stelvin wine bottle, designed and manufactured by Ardagh, has an overall weight reduction of 20 percent (5.50 ounces) from its original design. Designed in high-quality glass, the new, lightweight bottle delivers great shelf appeal in a premium, sustainable package.
07/08/20
Township 7 Vineyards & Winery Helps Establish New Wine Industry Scholarship with the BCHF
Township 7 Vineyards & Winery is proud to announce their twentieth anniversary. To celebrate their two decades of success, the winery collaborated with the BC Hospitality Foundation (BCHF) to establish a new British Columbia Wine Industry Scholarship & Education (BC WISE) fund. Township 7 was founded July 7, 2000 in the Township of Langley, and since that time has expanded with an additional winery and estate vineyards located in the Okanagan.
07/08/20
Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association and Community Futures Partner Together to Support Local Business
"The negative impact of the pandemic on the Tourism Industry has been unprecedented, " cited Glenn Mandziuk, President and CEO of TOTA. "Building the industry back requires strong and collaborative partnerships that can provide foundational support and out of the box thinking."
07/07/20
UBC Okanagan uncorks new Wine Research Centre headquarters
The move provides the WRC with a dual-campus presence in Vancouver and the Okanagan, where researchers have developed strong collaborations with the BC wine community. The changes at the WRC will enhance UBC's wine research and education, while supporting and stimulating the provincial economy. Among the WRC's new initiatives are plans for a sensory analysis lab in Kelowna. It will feature research facilities and offer programs for the public to learn about wine tasting, oenology and the local industry.
07/06/20
Ron and Shelley Mayert Take the Reins as New Owners of TIME Winery, Evolve Cellars, and McWatters Collection
As newcomers to the British Columbia wine industry, owners Ron and Shelley Mayert are thrilled to grow from the legacy that the McWatters family created.
07/02/20
BC Wine Institute disappointed but not surprised by fed limiting wine sales
The CEO of the BC Wine Institute is disappointed the Ontario government plans to keep limiting the sale of wine from other provinces at least another year.
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