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Wine grape crop has higher concentrations of flavours but lower yields


These days, winemakers are partnering with scientists more than ever. While vintners have long sent grapes off to the lab to help determine the ripeness of the berry and anticipate the flavour makeup of a new vintage, growers in some regions are increasingly relying on lab partners to identify when the fruits have been affected by nearby wildfire smoke.


Diamond Estates Wines & Spirits Inc. announced the closing of its acquisition of all of the issued and outstanding securities of Equity Wine Group Inc., its acquisition of the Shiny Apple craft cider brand from Stonechurch Vineyard and Winery Holdings Inc., the issuance of $1,889,162 in equity upon the conversion of currently outstanding convertible debentures and accrued interest, and the issuance of $6,786,715 in equity through its previously announced private placement.


While there is less tonnage this year and the extreme heat wasn't great for the plants, it was good for the grapes themselves. This growing season has resulted in concentrated flavours. This vintage will see Poplar Grove's first Pinot Noir, destined right now for a rosé.


Renowned wine expert Michael Vaughan has selected Brock University's Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI) as the new home of his impeccably preserved collection of award-winning Canadian wines.


Celebrated Okanagan Valley Winery Unveils Unique Wine Club for Businesses; Incentives Designed to Attract New Clients and Thrill Wine-Loving Employees


Municipal politicians from across the province are supporting B.C.'s wine industry with a request for the provincial government to reduce red tape for off-site tasting rooms.


It's been an amazing two-decade journey for the Wine Align National Wine Awards, and looking ahead to this year's awards, there is almost no comparison between years one and 20.


The B.C. Lieutenant Governor's Wine Awards recognize excellence and winemaking for wineries in British Columbia and is the oldest competition in the province. Gurvinder Bhatia was one of the judges and shares how the wildfires affected the growing season in B.C.


Alex Allardyce runs through a mock tableside food-and-wine pairing exercise as part of her victory at the 2021 Best Sommelier of Manitoba Competition.


Glenn Fawcett receives Award of Distinction for advancement of B.C. wine industry


Smoke taint could impact B.C. winegrower's bottom lines


The B.C. Lieutenant Governor's Wine Awards will be held at the Manteo Resort in September


Toronto-based design and creative studio Public Address has worked with California winemaker Randall Grahm on the designs for his new wine brand The Language of Yes.


The bones are what make this soup special to Indigenous peoples. Caribou are only found in remote parts of the Arctic.


Additionally, the winery is moving forward with biodynamic certification, paving the way for another landmark ecological statement for a Canadian winery of Phantom Creek Estates' size.


Head of the B.C. Wine Growers of British Columbia Miles Prodan says while they clearly want to welcome people to wineries around B.C., the concern for people who may need to evacuate, and keeping the roads clear for them, is greater.


Robert Llewellyn has resigned from his position as a director of Corby and that Helga Reidel has been appointed as his successor, effective August 12, 2021.


The agreement at the World Trade Organization last summer to end Canada's excise-tax exemption on 100 per cent Canadian-grown wine came when the focus was on the pandemic and keeping everyone afloat. But the reality of Ontario's wine sector is that the legacy of past trade agreements means smaller businesses enjoy fewer advantages on their own home turf.

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