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The large investment by Constellation Brands (STZ +1.1%) in Canopy Growth Corp. (CGC +3.8%) is still reverberating around the beverage industry as some of the larger names scramble to keep up.


Smoke-shrouded grapes can give an ashy, bitter flavour to wine and tests have been developed to help growers assess the quality of their grapes, said researcher Matt Noestheden, a PhD student at the University of British Columbia Okanagan in Kelowna.


CheckMate Artisanal Winery showcases a chessboard of vineyards from British Columbia's southern Okanagan Valley


"At a time when climate change is threatening other winemaking regions around the world, "combining innovative spectrometry technology with field manipulations at three B.C. vineyards will pinpoint the perfect time to harvest grapes."


August is Argentina month with 60 select B.C. Liquor Stores offering free consumer tastings at select locations.


Federal Trade Minister Steven Ciobo confirmed Australia he has asked the WTO to convene a panel to resolve the dispute over Canada's "discriminatory measures" on imported wines


Christine Coletta and Steve Lornie, owners of Okanagan Crush Pad, are pleased to announce the addition of Steven (Steve) Latchford and Lynzee Schatz to their winemaking team. They will work closely with chief winemaker Matt Dumayne. Latchford will manage custom crush client wines, while Schatz will oversee sparkling wine production, which now exceeds 7,500 cases annually.


Ottawa is well known for its captivating city center, picturesque parliament buildings, castle-like hotels, and winsome public market - one of the oldest in Canada. And winter. Above all, Ottawa is known for winter.


It's official, all roads lead to lucky number Road 13 Vineyards, recently crowned the 2018 WineAlign National Wine Awards Canadian Winery of the Year.


The partnership between Molson Coors Canada and Quebec-based cannabis producer Hydropothecary will be structured as a standalone company with its own board and management team


Olson Kundig Architects was tapped yet again for the design of Mission Hill's sister winery


Quails' Gate Winery is pleased to announce that Ross Baker has been promoted to the position of Winemaker. Ross has been an integral part of our winemaking team since 2013 and was a protégé of former winemaker Nikki Callaway.


, according to the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS) ...


Gordon Fitzpatrick, President of Fitzpatrick Family Vineyards, is pleased to report that the winery is now open after being closed for three days due to the Mount Eneas wildfire


The team at Okanagan Crush Pad (OCP) is so thankful to the BC Wildfire Service and the Summerland Fire Department, as well as friends and neighbors. The winery has issued a statement of gratitude regarding their vineyard being saved


Individuals could bring 6 cases of beer, 2 cases of wine, 6 litres of spirits across a provincial border


The World Trade Organization (WTO) set up a dispute panel on Friday to rule on a U.S. complaint against restrictions in Canada's province of British Columbia on wine sales in grocery stores, a WTO official said


In advance of the Council of Federation meeting set to begin tomorrow, the Canadian Vintners Association (CVA) and its members are calling on the premiers to lift inter-provincial trade restrictions on alcohol. The group is also reiterating its support for Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister's call to his colleagues to end these restrictions.


The meat and potatoes of Canadian meals look more like chicken and rice


Quebec operates about 400 stores through a government-controlled corporation and has a monopoly on all liquor and most wine sales in the province. Unionized employees are showing their displeasure with protracted contract negotiations and have voted to give their union executive the power to call up to six strike days.

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