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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

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

Wine Wire: McWatters harvests 50th vintage, Cuvée back for 2018, Grape growers celebrate future growth, record turnout for CCOVI lecture series

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Hailed as the Okanagan Valley’s great wine pioneer, Harry McWatters marked his 50th vintage on Aug, 28 with the very first crush at the new TIME Winery facility in downtown Penticton. Continue reading

The wine wire: Paul Bosc Sr. honoured, sustainable vineyard program, new grapevine certification network formed

Paul Bosc Sr. is a true pioneer of the Ontario wine industry, one of the founding fathers of the modern grape and wine industry in Canada, and he was recognized for just that by the Grape Growers of Ontario. Continue reading

Roundup of Niagara wine news: Niagara College lifts ‘spirits’, new grape grower chair, a Hip new wine, VQA wines get a cash boost

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A roundup of news from Niagara wine country includes plans for an artisan distillery program being launched at Niagara College, Tragically Hip’s latest wine creation from Stoney Ridge, a new chair elected for the Grape Growers of Ontario and a $2.25 million cash infusion to help boost sales of Ontario’s Vintners Quality Alliance (VQA) wines. Continue reading

Ontario wine news: Sustainable winemaking on the rise; possible IPO for Constellation Brands’ Canadian brands; chair of Grape Growers stepping down

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A roundup of recent news for the Ontario wine industry includes a record number of wineries participating in a sustainable farming program, grape growers’ chair Bill George not seeking re-election and Constellation Brands seeking IPO for Canadian wineries. Continue reading

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