Wineries from British Columbia upped their presence at the Wines of Canada tasting in central London this year with 13 producers attending.
Simon Fraser University in British Columbia is to offer students the chance to study craft beer as part of a continuing studies programme.
British Columbia is to allow limited sales of liquor in provincial supermarkets next year, but the average price of a bottle of wine will rise as a result.
Trade barriers for wines and craft beers between two Canadian provinces are to be removed.
A biodynamic producer in British Columbia has ground up meteorites to put on his vineyard.
Wine producers are still trying to discover which grapes work best in the Okanagan Valley and how to exploit the region’s potential.
The provincial government of British Columbia is apparently considering allowing alcohol sales in grocery stores but restrictions are likely to apply.
Deserts, lakes, the open highway and wine, All were in evidence during the drinks business’ recent trip to beautiful British Columbia and the Okanagan Valley.
Canada’s wineries are becoming increasingly focused on specific grape varieties as the country’s wine industry matures.
The government of British Columbia (BC) has announced a raft of major reforms to the Canadian province’s liquor licensing laws.
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