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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

Hot off the grape vine: CCOVI’s milestone birthday, new LCBO boss, Ontario grape prices rise, cider now in grocery stores

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Dec. 11, 1996 — Brock University establishes the Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute. Bill Cade (centre), Brock’s Dean of Math and Science, is flanked by (from left) grape and wine industry leaders Bruce Walker, Donald Ziraldo, John Neufeld and John Howard.

A round up of news that has an impact on the Ontario wine industry from news releases sent to Wines In Niagara. 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

Ed Clark, you have failed us miserably on modernizing the booze business in Ontario

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I’ll be generous and give Ed Clark’s plan to modernize the retailing of beverage alcohol in Ontario a D-minus instead of an F. Continue reading

2015; it’s the year private wine stores are finally allowed in Ontario (plus one lonely Niagara wine review from Vintages release Jan. 10)

15737622060_5fbfef244d_kWith 2014 now a distant shadow in our rear view mirrors, it’s time to jettison into the future. A brave new world awaits us. And what a world it will be for us here in Ontario in 2015. We are finally going to be treated like adults when it comes to buying booze. Continue reading

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