Canada’s federal government are campaigning for more open trade between provinces Liquor monopolies and inter-provincial trade barriers that allow them … Continue reading Will improved #internaltrade help #BCwine? YES!
Rolf de Bruin (l), Heleen Pannekoek & fellow owners of Fort Berens Winery Fort Berens Estate Winery is the first winery … Continue reading A new milestone for Fort Berens winery
Winemaker Sandor Mayer Of all the people you meet in BC wine country, few have the true salt of the … Continue reading Inniskillin winemaker Sandor Mayer celebrates 20th Okanagan harvest
Concrete tanks at OK Crush Pad. Photo by Lionel Trudel. One of our favourite stops now on our Okanagan wine … Continue reading OK Crush Pad turns 2! More Okanagan wines to be raised in concrete
John Clerides – photo by Marc Smith Vancouver wine lovers have depended upon the fantastic selection and top notch service of … Continue reading Congrats to Marquis Wine Cellars – expanding by 3000 square feet!
The following op-ed was co-authored by Mark Hicken and John Skinner, directors of the Modernize Wine Association. It was originally … Continue reading Five ways to reform B.C.’s antiquated liquor laws
The folks at the BC Wine Institute – and their marketing team at WineBC.com – outdo themselves each year, by bringing … Continue reading Celebrating #BCVQA in Colour