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Category: CanadaWINE150 (page 2 of 3)

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

CanadaWINE150: 10 questions for B.C. wine industry leader Harry McWatters as he embarks on his 50th vintage

CanadaWINE150

By Rick VanSickle

What an amazing ride it has been for Canadian wine pioneer, visionary and leader of the B.C. wine industry Harry McWatters. Continue reading

CanadaWINE150: The endless potential of Canadian wine excites winemaker Nicholson

Canadian wine

By Bruce Nicholson

Over the past 30 plus years of my winemaking career, it is incredible to see where the Canadian wine industry has gone. Continue reading

CanadaWINE150: ‘The future of B.C. wine is strong, limited only by the available supply of wine’

Wines of Canada

By John Schreiner

In 1983, Hugh Johnson was asked to look at a manuscript on the wines of Canada. Perhaps it was not surprising that he declined. Continue reading

CanadaWINE150: Wine writer Gary Killops’ EPIC adventure from Spumante Bambino to a love affair with Ontario wines

Canadian wine

By Gary Killops

For me, it started with Spumante Bambino. It was sweet, bubbly and most importantly it was affordable. Continue reading

CanadaWINE150: For Donald Triggs ‘the wonder of wine is the wonder of life itself’

Canada wine

Intro: Donald Triggs is a giant of the Canadian wine industry, a deal maker and visionary who in 1989 set in motion the framework to create the nation’s largest wine company, Vincor, that still thrives today with wine properties across the country and world under new ownership and a new name — Constellation Brands (once U.S.-owned, but the Canadian properties are now back into the hands of Canadians). Continue reading

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