I probably don’t have to tell you which province is celebrating BC Day weekend. The BC Wine Institute are doing their part to revel in it this Saturday, August 2nd at a free tasting in Vancouver with principals from a host of local wineries, including JoieFarm and Le Vieux Pin.
In the Ottawa Citizen, Rod Phillips steps into the ring to fight for Chardonnay’s honour.
WineAlign have announced Peller Estates Niagara as their National Wine Awards of Canada 2014 Winery of the Year! The remaining awards and medals are looking to be released next week.
In Winnipeg, My Wine Canada's very own Ben MacPhee-Sigurdson gets a wee bit cranky about high-alcohol wines in his Winnipeg Free Press column.
Back in the Okanagan, 24 wineries from the Naramata Bench are gathering for their annual Naramata Tailgate Party on September 13th! It’s always a blast!
Finally, is the Amarone-style, appassimento method of making wine from dried grapes something the Ontario wine industry could see growth in? Debbie Inglis has been doing a five-year study at Brock University on the potential and likes what she sees…