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Canadian Vintners Jul 31
When you buy Canadian wine you're not just uncorking great taste.. Every 750ml bottle of Canadian premium wine made from 100% Canadian grown grapes generates $89.99 of economic impact per bottle, compared to $15.73 for imported wine.
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mark torrance Dec 4
91% of Canadians want to remove the interprovincial barriers that prevent from flowing across this country. Let's get this done on Dec 7th , ,
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Poplar Grove Winery Dec 4
We stand together with Canadian vintners who are strongly urging Premiers to embrace the examples set by Nova Scotia, Manitoba and B.C. to remove the trade restrictions for wine within Canada
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Okanagan Food & Wine Feb 1
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Tantalus Vineyards Dec 4
Skies are clearing and the temps are dropping this week.. meaning we are on watch! 👀 🤞
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Benjamin Bridge Mar 10
The sign of a good winter Sunday! Pruning in the is halfway done, thanks to the beautiful weather (even though it’s slow going in the deep snow). . . .
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Winery & Grower Alliance of Ontario Jun 13
Support Canadian wines
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Karen Graham Jul 19
An interesting break for consumers. change brings it into line w 2019 fed budget legislation... Doesn't specify domestic products... cheaper imports purchased in another prov look eligible!
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Jim Sentance Jul 29
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Wines of British Columbia (BC VQA) Jun 13
In the news! Do you drink Cab Franc? Read how is making a name in Canada! Article:
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BC Wine Tourism Feb 1
All the ... @ Kelowna, British Columbia
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Poured Canada Jul 26
Beer, spirits, and wine producers: what are some topics close to your heart that you would like to see in upcoming issues of Poured Canada? This magazine is for you, and we want to give you the content you want! Drop us a line :)
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Wines And Gardens Jan 23
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Mat Strong Jun 5
A short profile of one of my favourite wineries. Haven’t had a chance to visit yet or try their wines (then again almost no one has!) but given their pedigree, plan and expertise, this winery is going places! Can’t wait to see it live in action one day
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Jim Sentance Jul 11
With free trade in wine I could drink wine like this.
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Ashley E. Spilak, MA Jun 27
Today when you visit your local grocery or liquor store, show your love for 👇
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Canadian Vintners Aug 8
to 2018 Canadian wine experience reception on the Hill. MPs from all parties attended to taste Canadian wines from ON, BC, NS & QC. We look forward to holding another event following the election.
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CARONE Wines Dec 27
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CARONE Wines Jun 19
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Michelle Brynkus Dec 5
I won't be buying, serving or consuming Norman Hardie wines. There are a lot of lovely Prince Edward County wines I can enjoy and recommend.
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