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01/07/21

Scarcity alone will make 2020 ice wines a standout for connoisseurs-this will be the region's smallest winter harvest in two decades. Peller Estates pared its winter crop to from 25 per cent to 30 per cent of a typical yield, as did other Niagara producers.

12/29/20

Niagara growers reserve fewest grapes for ice wine in 20 years, but what does get made-especially Rieslings and Cabernet Francs-will be worth seeking out.

12/14/20

Organizers from Brock University's Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute hope to hold the event August 2022.

12/14/20

It feels good to support local businesses - including wineries - during these trying times. And it feels even better to do so while keeping your budget in check. So, read on to discover which Ontario wine styles overdeliver, with bottle recommendations for each, starting with oh-so-seasonally-appropriate bubbly.

12/11/20

Montreal restaurants like Satay Brothers, Elena, and Le Mousso have already joined in the act of civil disobedience

12/10/20

Course will cover the entire winemaking process, from receiving grapes to packaging the final wine

12/07/20

Lifetime's feel-good holiday movie tells a tale of love, grapes and wine marketing

12/02/20

Canada will not agree to lifting a ban on non-essential travel with the United States until the coronavirus outbreak is significantly under control around the world, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday.

11/30/20

As industrial St. Catharines is rejuvenated with a modern edge, you've got another reason to visit this part of Ontario.

11/25/20

The UK and Canada have agreed to establish a new trade deal next year, continuing the tariff-free trade of wine and spirits made in Britain.

11/23/20

The lockdown will begin on Monday in the city and in Peel, a part of the Greater Toronto to the west of the city center.

11/20/20

"Every year, the winemakers in this province create outstanding wines that successfully compete on a national and international level," said Lt.-Gov. Arthur J. LeBlanc. "Over time, the wineries in Nova Scotia have advanced significantly. They can all be very proud of their wines and how they contribute to the wine and tourism industries."

11/10/20

Toronto hospitality company, King Street Restaurant Group (KSF Group), has recently filed for creditor protection after owing more than $34 million to creditors.

10/29/20

Genome British Columbia (Genome BC) is thrilled to congratulate two BC-led teams for their projects designed to harness the power and potential of bio-innovation to create healthier, more sustainable and prosperous communities.

10/28/20

A $6.2-million multi-partner funding commitment will allow Brock University's Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI) to support the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and the Canadian Grapevine Certification Network (CGCN-RCCV) to fast-track the certification of grapevine planting material as virus-free.

10/27/20

On removing the nets from their carefully cultivated vines, they discovered thieves had hit the site overnight -- making off with half a tonne of grapes, equivalent to more than 300 bottles of wine.

10/26/20

Our Montreal-based Canada correspondent, Dan Bilefsky, was seduced by British Columbia's picturesque wine region. There was just one problem: Finding the wine back home.

10/26/20

Our Montreal-based Canada correspondent, Dan Bilefsky, was seduced by British Columbia's picturesque wine region. There was just one problem: Finding the wine back home.

10/23/20

The rush was on to harvest grapes at Vancouver Island wineries over the last few weeks including at 40 Knots Winery near Comox.

10/21/20

The San Francisco wine expert began as a Canadian dishwasher, then worked his way up to a job picking bottles for the NBA

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