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The evolution of wine analysis:

Anton Paar is the market leader in beverage analysis and provides wine analyzing solutions for inline, at-line, as well as laboratory wine analysis. Our measurement portfolio combines laboratory and process instruments for accurate, reliable, and safe measurements, to...

Savour the Sun of Oliver Osoyoos Wine Country at the Silver Star Summer Wine Festival

Soak up the sun and savour delicious wines in the mountains at the inaugural Silver Star Summer Wine Festival, taking place August 12-14, 2022. Two Savour the Sun Wine Dinners, both taking place on Friday, August 12, will bring winemakers and principals from iconic...

ON OUR TERMS

STORIES OF WOMEN WORKING IN BC WINE BY NIKKI BAYLEY If you’ve ever wondered if there’s a place for you in the wine industry – even if you don’t come from a winery-owning family or long line of grape growers – take inspiration from these five women who’ve succeeded on...

Avoid the wait – Print labels in-house

Established in 1996, Total Solutions (www.DIYLabelPrinting.com) has more than 25 years’ experience in the label industry. Located in Burlington, Ontario they are close to the Niagara Peninsula Wineries, and they are proud to call many of them their long-time customers...

Nova Scotia winery the First Biocyclic Vegan Winery in North America

A Nova Scotia winery known for its premier sparkling wine is now certified as the first vegan winery in all of North America. L’Acadie Vineyards in Gaspereau, Nova Scotia, is the first farm and winery in North America to adopt the stringent...

Maintaining a strong balance sheet with rising interest rates

By Justin Shepherd, Economist Canadian food and beverages manufacturers have made significant investment in technology, buildings, and equipment to improve overall productivity and efficiency over the past 10 years. Capital investment as a per cent of sales has...

It’s About to Get Weird

Another new normal for the supply chain Manufacturing stoppages, shipping shortages, and supply chain disruptions are already causing bottlenecks and backlogs in ports around the world resulting in massive delays in all sectors of the economy. The global pandemic was...

Does identity matter for the BC wine-producing territory?

UBCO researchers say identity is often misunderstood Submitted by the University of British Columbia Okanagan It’s wine season in the Okanagan and wineries are busy harvesting crops and producing vintages to be enjoyed in the years to come. While many people may have...

Canada’s Indigenous wineries thriving in the face of adversity  

BY CHARLENE ROOKE The pandemic may have hit the tourism industry hard, but these Indigenous winemakers are weathering the shake-up. As drivers cross the William R. Bennett Bridge, travelling over Okanagan Lake into West Kelowna, B.C., the first destination on the...

Bottled Up: Unpacking the Facts about Wine Bottles and Climate Change

Wine in cans. Wine in boxes. Wine in recycled plastic bottles. Wine packaging has diversified in recent years. Still, chances are, most households will serve wine in a glass bottle at their holiday tables this year. Even with expanding alternatives, glass bottles...

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