International

Understanding the Domino Effect of the European Wine Tariffs

Understanding the Domino Effect of the European Wine Tariffs

By: Tracey L. Kelley At press time, the Office of the United States Trade Representative is deciding the revised outcome ...
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The Unexpected is Growing in Niagara

The Unexpected is Growing in Niagara

By: Alyssa Andres As a cool climate wine region, the Niagara Peninsula in Ontario, Canada, is traditionally known for planting ...
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Southbrook Vineyards:  Living a Sustainable Mantra

Southbrook Vineyards: Living a Sustainable Mantra

By: Alyssa Andres Many wineries are starting to move toward more sustainable practices, not only because it’s ethical but also ...
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Pricing Strategies to Maximize Profit in the B.C. Wine Market

Pricing Strategies to Maximize Profit in the B.C. Wine Market

By: Briana Tomkinson Mass-market Canadian wine producers like Arterra and Constellation Brands have something most family-run boutique wineries don’t: teams ...
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Wine in the Time of COVID-19

Wine in the Time of COVID-19

By: Briana Tomkinson Tasting rooms, restaurants and bars across Canada were abruptly shut down in March in an unprecedented move ...
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Thomas Bachelder Defines Niagara Terroir

Thomas Bachelder Defines Niagara Terroir

By: Alyssa Andres The wine of Burgundy, France, is renowned worldwide for a number of reasons. Their vintners have centuries ...
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Sustainable Wineries  Attract More Consumers

Sustainable Wineries Attract More Consumers

By: Briana Tomkinson Concern about threats related to climate change is inspiring more consumers to make lifestyle changes like going ...
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Why You Like Ontario Wine But Just Don’t Know It

Why You Like Ontario Wine But Just Don’t Know It

By: Alyssa Andres I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard people say, “I don’t like Ontario wine.” It’s ...
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Exploring the Diversity of European Grenache Wine

Exploring the Diversity of European Grenache Wine

By: Becky Garrison Grenache has the distinction of being one of the world’s most widely planted wine grapes. Addi-tionally, this ...
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NEW ‘Wine Village’ in British Columbia’s Okanagan Acts as a Launchpad for Small-batch Wineries

NEW ‘Wine Village’ in British Columbia’s Okanagan Acts as a Launchpad for Small-batch Wineries

By: Briana Tomkinson A new project breaking ground this year in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley aims to bring together small-batch ...
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