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The Grapevine: Wild weather and what it means for Canadian wines, big vineyard sale in B.C., Into the Vine, Legislature wines, and Nouveau wines coming

Canadian wine

We round up what’s making news in the Canadian wine industry in this installment of the Canadian Grapevine. Continue reading

Soon takes reins at B.C.’s Vanessa Vineyard, plus reviews for Right Bank red, Fort Berens and Township 7 wines

B.C. wine

By Rick VanSickle

When legendary Okanagan Valley winemaker Howard Soon announced he was retiring from Sandhill Wines and Andrew Peller Ltd. last July, few believed he would go gently into that good night. Continue reading

Naturally Okanagan: Sperling Vineyards and Haywire Winery push the boundaries of less is more for B.C. wines

B.C. wines

By Rick VanSickle

So, you have a fabulous cut of beef you want to throw on the barbecue. It’s a prime cut from a trusted cattle farm that uses only 100% grass fed beef. You do not want to f*ck this up. Continue reading

Supreme Court to hear challenge from five small B.C. wineries on interprovincial shipping of liquor in Canada

Canada wine

Coulson represents small BC wineries seeking to change the law governing interprovincial shipping (CNW Group/Coulson Litigation)

Five small B.C. wineries have been granted permission to bring their concerns to the Supreme Court of Canada in the interprovincial shipping of liquor case R. v. Comeau. The Supreme Court will hear the case in early December 2017. Continue reading

Focus on the Okanagan’s Hester Creek; plus Niagara’s Vineland Estate, Fielding, Flat Rock and King’s Court

B.C. wine

By Rick VanSickle
The last time I had a taste of The Judge from Hester Creek on the Golden Mile Bench in the Okanagan it was during a whirlwind visit through the valley in 2011. Continue reading

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