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Moderation Tastes Better

Web banner for CVA Moderation Taste Better

“The Canadian Vintners Association (CVA) is very pleased to announce the release of its new website, Moderation Tastes Better: winemoderation.ca. The online educational resource is intended for adult wine drinkers in Canada to help build awareness and understanding of Canada’s Low-Risk Drinking Guidelines.” Read the full article.

“Benjamin Bridge bubbly to be uncorked during Olympics”

Benjamin Bridge

Benjamin Bridge’s Method Classique Rosé is going to London. The Chronicle Herald’s Brett Bundale has a full report. Twenty-four bottles of Benjamin Bridge’s Methode Classique Rose have arrived in London for the Olympics. The 2008 sparkling wine was picked to be served during Olympic receptions at the Canadian High Commission… read more

“Start Wining”

“The 2012 Atlantic Canada Wine Symposium’s rising tide will float your boat” Craig Pinhey wrote about the upcoming Atlantic Canada Wine Symposium for the Coast. The Atlantic wine scene is growing healthily, as you’ll see when the Atlantic Canada Wine Symposium comes to town. The theme is “rising tide,” as read more

“Stores line up for Nova 7 wine”

Bill Spurr wrote a piece in the Chronicle Herald for today’s release of Benjamin Bridge’s popular Nova 7. IF YOU’RE A BUYER for a private wine store or the Nova Scotia Liquor Corp., the question isn’t whether you want to stock Nova 7, the question is how much can you read more

“Bear River, Avondale Sky win big”

Sean Wood wrote up his congratulations to Avondale Sky and Bear River in his column in the Chronicle Herald. Congratulations to Bear River Vineyards and Avondale Sky Winery for their recent success at the Finger Lakes International Wine Competition held in Rochester, N.Y. Each came away with three medals. We read more

Nova Scotia Bubbly Sparkles on International Stage

Bruce of L'Acadie.

L’Acadie Vineyards’ 2007 Prestige Brut brings home Silver Medal in prestigious international competition. Corks popped when L’Acadie Vineyards heard the news that their pride and joy Prestige Brut was the only entry from North America to win a medal in the 9th international competition of the world’s best sparkling wines. read more

Le Caveau one of World’s Best Winery Restaurants


Wine Access Magazine’s panel says Domaine de Grand Pré’s restaurant, Le Caveau, is one of the world’s best winery restaurants. And who could blame them? Chef Jason Lynch’s vine-smoked salmon is incredibly delicious… Here’s the write up, by local wine writer Craig Pinhey: Domaine de Grand Pré, which celebrated its read more

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