A Canadian writer starts a winery in the Loire Valley
Winery ownership at a reduced price
Top tips from winery owners
Admit it. If you love wine, you have probably contemplated opening a winery or becoming a winemaker. Maybe you’ve been vacationing in a wine region and, as you sit overlooking the vineyards with a glass in your hand you think, well, “I could do this.”
Two brothers heed the call of the grape at Muscedere Vineyards
The Top 7 keys to success
You’ve fallen for the romance of the vineyard. You like to drink wine. Maybe your friends say you make a fabulous basement chardonnay. Oh yeah, and you hate your current job. But does that mean it’s time to buy a winery? Here’s a look at what it takes to succeed in the Canadian wine industry.
Touring the Cowichan Valley vineyards by bicycle
Getting to know the bachelors behind the Sonoma County winery
Friends since Grade 6, Michael Benziger and Benjamin Flajnik always had a passion for wine. Benziger came from the winemaking family behind Benziger Family Winery in Sonoma, California. He traveled the world learning about all about wine and interned at his family's winery. Flajnik attended the University Of Arizona for music production, but his hobbies included microbrewing and winemaking.
Entertainment, food and winery details for the 3rd annual wine film festival
The 3rd Annual Vinos are presented by Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association. The Vinos is the world’s first wine film festival. It has been inspired by events like the Sundance Film Festival, Cannes and the wildly successful Big Rock Eddies beer commercial film festival. The June 8 event takes place at Spirit Ridge in Osoyoos, British Columbia.
Looking for a romantic way to celebrate? Try dinner or tasting at a Canadian winery
Where: Westside Wine Trail
Former Houston Rockets centre will release Yao Ming 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon in China
Former NBA star player Yao Ming is set to release his first wine, the Yao Ming 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon, in China.