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Lillooet, B.C.’s first winery, Fort Berens, continues to turn out some delicious wines as its ramps up production

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Fort Berens Estate Winery, established in 2009, is the first winery established in Lillooet, B.C., located on a sage-brush covered bench at the base of the Fraser Canyon’s snow-capped mountains. Continue reading

Coyote’s Run winemaker David Sheppard celebrates 30 vintages in Niagara with what else? Two special bottles

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Coyote’s Run winemaker David Sheppard is, incredibly, about to embark on his 31st vintage in Niagara. It’s a milestone he marked with two suburb wines specially bottled in his honour. Continue reading

A first look at the wines from Moray Tawse’s new Redstone Winery, and a couple of new creations from the Foreign Affair winery

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It has been emerging from the bright red soil along Old Highway 8 since early spring, the eye-catching design starting to take shape at what will become Niagara’s newest winery. Continue reading

Big Ontario wineries bring in the bulk of the medals at the Ontario Wine Awards: Full results posted

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The 20th anniversary of the Ontario Wine Awards, held Friday night at the Queen’s Landing hotel in Niagara-on-the-Lake, was a celebration of the evolution of Ontario VQA wines through two decades of rapid growth. Continue reading

Township 7, Bartier Scholefield, Tinhorn Creek; A taste of B.C.’s Okanagan Valley in review

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There is a lot of talk these days about Canadian wines and what they are, but our biggest barrier to discovering wines from our own country are the provincial borders that prevent the free-flow of wine between jurisdictions. Continue reading

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