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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

An EPIC project to celebrate 150 years of Canadian wine

Story and photos by Gary Killops

Long before it ever became known as the designated wine region “Lake Erie North Shore,” there was an interesting history of winemaking in Windsor — Essex. Continue reading

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