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Michael Botner

Canadian Wine Industry Awards Held in Kelowna

On a blistering hot July evening, 150 industry and political guests turned out for the inaugural Canadian Wine Industry Dinner & Awards Presentation under a tent at CedarCreek Estate Winery.

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Penticton to host Canada's First Wine Tourism Summit

The first Canadian Wine Tourism Summit is a day-long grassroots event to create and celebrate a Canadian wine brand and begin a collaborative conversation about wine tourism across Canada, as well as discuss how wine tourism can support other sectors more »

Oct 28, 2014 Wine

Interprovincial Trade Barriers

Interprovincial Trade Barriers When will they come down? more »

Oct 1, 2014 Wine

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Fort Berens Estate Winery Opens

The new winery was completed over a period of about twelve months at a cost of approximately $3.5 million. This takes the committed investment into Fort Berens to $8 million to-date. more »

Sep 23, 2014 Wine

The Custom Crush

Summerland’s Okanagan Crush Pad is a progressive winery that has made bold business moves, resulting in impressive accolades in the three years since it began. more »

Jul 10, 2014 Wine

The Sandhill renovation in process.

Gary Symons

BC Wineries Invest in New Branding and Architecture

In the Okanagan wine business, success depends just as much on the experience you offer guests, as on the quality of the wine. more »

Jul 10, 2014 Wine

Summerhill winemaker Eric von Krosigk shows off the nitrogen generator that collects nitrogen from the atmosphere and pumps it into the wine tanks. The new process allows Summerhill to eliminate up to 90 per cent of the sulphites in their wine.

Gary Symons

Summerhill Develops Revolutionary Process for Low Sulphite Wines

Summerhill Pyramid Winery has released this year what may be regarded as an historic vintage for the Okanagan Valley. more »

Jul 9, 2014 Wine

Chris Wyse and Nora Grütters, Canada’s Trade Commissioner for Agriculture and Seafood Products in Düsseldorf

Michael Botner

Canada Carves Out Presence at Prowein 2014

Canada needs to invest more heavily in marketing wines abroad, says the president of Burrowing Owl Estate Winery. more »

Jun 10, 2014 Wine

Gary Symons

Vibrant Vine Winemaker Launching Eight ‘Tineries’

So, it’s clearly a weird day. I’m standing in a tiny picker shack with a mad inventor, listening to the howl of electronic sound coming out of a huge speaker, and watching as the sound gradually creates an elegant pictograph out of table salt. more »

Jun 10, 2014 Wine 1 Comments

Selling Distinction – Shuswap Wines Come into Their Own

The wineries of the Shuswap, north of the Okanagan, are becoming known for their award-winning “cool climate” wines, unique location and distinctive terroir. more »

Jun 10, 2014 Wine

Gary Symons

Small Wineries Win Big at 2014 Best of Varietals Awards

Okanagan wineries win awards frequently on the world stage, but there’s nothing quite like winning at home. more »

Jun 10, 2014 Wine

Discover Wines of British Columbia on Video

A new video by the BC Wine Institute has been released to kick off this year's wine touring season. more »

Jun 10, 2014 Wine

Gary Symons

Pork and Pinot Star at Covert Farm's 3rd Annual Pig Out!

There may be more … elegant occasions … at the Okanagan Spring Wine Festival, but few are as much flat out fun as the annual Pig Out at Covert Farms. more »

Jun 10, 2014 Wine

House of Rose Winery Wins Champion for the Environment Award from the City of Kelowna

The Champion for the Environment award is presented to a business whose actions and achievements have shown outstanding environmental leadership or innovative environmental contributions, having a direct benefit on the city of Kelowna. more »

May 5, 2014 Wine

15th Annual Enology & Viticulture Conference & Trade Show 2014

A premier wine industry event which brings hundreds of wine and grape industry professionals together to discover new products and services! more »

Apr 28, 2014 Wine

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