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Category: CanadaWINE150 (page 1 of 4)

A series from Canadian wine industry leaders on the future of wine in Canada leading up to the nation’s 150th birthday.

CanadaWINE150: 150 photos that celebrate Canadian wine (Happy Canada Day, people!)

Canadian wine

It’s not every day you turn 150, so to celebrate at Wines In Niagara we asked a cross-section of people in the wine industry to give us their thoughts on what the next 150 years looks like for Canadian wine. Continue reading

CanadaWINE150: How a new Canadian discovered B.C. wine

B.C. wine

By Tim Pawsey

When I first arrived in Montreal, I was amazed to see how liquor was sold. Going to the SAQ in those days was more like going to an English bank: you walked up to a wicket and gave the clerk a number. Continue reading

CanadaWINE150: My four decades of Canadian wine and what I’ve learned

Canadian wine

Nova Scotia born wine/beer writer and consultant Craig Pinhey takes us through four decades of learning and writing about Canadian wine from coast to coast. You can see all columns on our #CanadaWINE150 series here. Continue reading

CanadaWINE150: A birthday wish from Harald Thiel … open all provincial borders for Canadian wine sales, free the grapes

Canadian wine

By Harald Thiel

When I was approached by Rick to share a few thoughts regarding the Canadian wine industry and Canada’s 150th birthday many topics came to mind. Continue reading

CanadaWINE150: A tip of the hat to the pioneers, the risk takers and visionaries in the Canadian wine industry

By Lydia Tomek

Being Canadian is something that I am so proud of.  My parents each immigrated here with nothing but the shirt on their backs and a big dream. Continue reading

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