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Wine Wire: Rockway gets new owners, Niagara wines in spotlight at Vintages, a pét-nat is born, Canadian wineries flock to ProWein

Canadian wine

With the recent sale of Rockway Vineyards on Niagara’s Twenty Mile Bench to a mostly local ownership group there was some fear that the wine program would revert to what it was before winemaker David Stasiuk took the reins. Continue reading

B.C. wineries respond to Alberta’s ban on B.C. wines with … love and kindness

B.C. wineries

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced an immediate boycott on all imports of wines from British Columbia Tuesday, in what is becoming a growing inter-provincial spat over the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline. Continue reading

First B.C. wine reviews of 2018: Hester Creek, Township 7 and 40 Knots from the Comox Valley

B.C. wine

By Rick VanSickle

We’re kicking off our first B.C. wine report of 2018 with reviews from three wineries spread across the province: Township 7, 40 Knots and Hester Creek. Continue reading

Looking back at the year that was in the Canadian wine industry; plus reviews for Fielding, Adamo, Gabbiano, Kendall-Jackson

Canadian wine

By Rick VanSickle

With 2017 now clearly in the rear-view mirror (or left now to a 2017 Instagram collage) it’s time to take stock of what we lost, what we gained and how it will impact the Canadian wine industry in 2018. Continue reading

The 25 Most Thrilling Niagara Wines of 2017 (plus a Top 10 list for PEC and B.C. wines)

Niagara Wines

— Photo by Elena Galey-Pride

By Rick VanSickle

It is that most agonizing time of the year when Wines In Niagara lays it all on the line and publishes the annual Most Thrilling Niagara Wines of the Year. Continue reading

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