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NOTL Fire and Emergency Services will conduct an investigation into the cause of the fire, which consumed a storage shed beside the winery.


The Coyote Canyon 2015 Sangiovese emerged from a gauntlet of other gold-medal winners to win as best of show at the seventh annual Cascadia International Wine Competition. At 1,040 entries, the Cascadia is the largest international wine judging staged in the Pacific Northwest.


Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits of Canada ("Southern Glazer's")-a division of Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits, the world's pre-eminent distributor of beverage alcohol-today announced the launch of a new wine division focused on growing the Company's wine business across the Canadian market.


Tinhorn Creek Vineyards announced the return of its Canadian Concert Series for 2019. Tickets to all concerts are on sale now. With advance bookings, guests are welcome to enjoy a meal at the award-winning Miradoro Restaurant, situated on the Tinhorn Creek Vineyards estate and Tinhorn Creek wines will be available for purchase by the glass and by the bottle in the concert amphitheatre.


It is expected that with agreement reached with British Columbia, this will pave the way for the other Canadian provinces to remove their barriers. Last year Australia launched action against Canada's discriminatory measures in the World Trade Organisation, claiming they breached trade rules and impacted Australian winemakers


From the northern tip of Skaha Lake to the rolling hills above Vaseux Lake to the south - the Okanagan Falls wine region in the South Okanagan is thankful for what the retreating ice age left behind.


The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA) has been named the Tourism Laureate and winner of the International Place Marketing Award at the Place Marketing Forum in Lille, France for its leadership work in Sustainable Responsible Tourism.


P.E.I.'s Progressive Conservative Party has pledged to allow convenience stores to sell beer and wine on the Island. Leader Dennis King couldn't give a timeline as to when the change would happen if his party formed government, but said they would get to work right away if elected.


The government began a publicity campaign this week warning Frenchmen and women of the dangers of too much drink. When it comes to wine and other alcohol, it said, "for your health, it's maximum two glasses a day, and not every day."


The BC Wine Institute (BCWI) welcomes the return of April BC Wine Month with a series of wine tastings, educational seminars, promotions and events province-wide to celebrate the quality and diversity of BC wine!


an operating agreement with the owners of Glass House Estate Winery


B.C.'s fast-growing Joseph Richard Group (JRG), which owns pubs, restaurants, liquor stores and the Steveston Hotel is branching into the winery business by agreeing to an operating agreement with the owners of Glass House Estate Winery, owner Ryan Moreno told Business in Vancouver March 26.


Winemakers are toasting a pledge in last week's federal budget to loosen interprovincial barriers around wine sales, while also hoping - with an election on the way - that the promise doesn't die on the vine. The Liberals' pre-election budget promised to remove the requirement that alcohol moving from one province to another must be sold or consigned to a provincial liquor authority. Provinces and territories would still to be able to regulate the sale and distribution of alcohol within their borders, the budget said.


Commerce7, a modern winery DTC platform, has added a reservation system to their suite of products. The reservation system gives wineries a convenient solution for creating, scheduling, and managing appointment-based tastings and tours. "Making a reservation and visiting the winery is one of the highest levels of engagement a customer can have with your brand. As we move to create better experiences for end customers, a reservation engine needed to be part of the overall platform"


Being situated as they are, upstate New York wineries get to meet a lot of Canadians at their tasting rooms as well. But per-bottle wine sales to Canadian visitors have always lagged behind sales to other tourists


Commissioned by the B.C. Wine Institute and developed with the help of consultants Honore Comfort, principal of the Artemis Group in Healdsburg, and Steve Burns of O'Donnell-Lane LLC in Glen Ellen, Wine BC 2030 includes five pillars and a dozen strategic recommendations to move the province's industry forward. The core is a vision statement developed over the course of the past six months following a broad consultation that included 30 meetings in 12 locations with 650 members of industry and other stakeholders


For some of B.C.'s largest export sectors, a potential disruption of trade with China - the spectre of which has risen after the arrest of Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. CFO Meng Wanzhou last December - would be severe if not catastrophic. That is the view from several B.C. officials in industries such as forestry, seafood, wine and international education, where efforts to diversify their markets beyond the United States, as promoted by Ottawa and the provincial government in the last decade, have helped build deep links with China's economy as the latter grew to become Canada's second-largest trade partner.


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The first day of the second edition of the event, which is dedicated to the discussion of climate change response measures, especially those related to the wine industry, saw some of the world's foremost wine climatologists host a selection of winery executives, whose companies have significantly contributed to better understanding how the wine sector can mitigate and adapt to climate change through numerous sustainability efforts.


According to the Rabobank report, in the final quarter of 2018 online wine sales across Western Europe accounted for 4% of sales overall (the United Kingdom represented 10% of the total online volume). The 4% growth e-commerce is impressive on its own, but the report also says that between 2010-2017 Western European wine consumption fell by 5% yet e-commerce increased by 66%.

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