Latest Ontario wine Stories

2014-09-19 12:26:46

The Royal announces winners of 2014 Royal Wine Competition TORONTO, Sept. 19, 2014 /CNW/ - For the past five years, The Royal Wine Competition at The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has proudly shone a spotlight on the growing wine industry in Ontario and the impressive VQA vintages that are produced in the province. Now entering its 92nd year, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair aimed to uncork its biggest wine competition yet, sponsored by Arron Barberian. With a record number of entries,...

2009-11-16 08:30:00

CONCORD, Mass., Nov. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Welch's® and Scholastic Parent & Child® Magazine have launched a unique Harvest Grants program to help 100 winning schools nationwide grow fruit and vegetable gardens. Thousands of school children nationwide will have the opportunity to participate in this unique, hands-on learning experience that can help bring to life subjects such as science, math and even literacy. Starting this month, K-8 teachers are...

2008-07-02 09:00:43

GRIMSBY, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - July 2, 2008) - Andrew Peller Limited (TSX:ADW.A)(TSX:ADW.B) - This news release contains forward-looking information that is based upon assumptions and is subject to risks and uncertainties as indicated in the cautionary note contained elsewhere in this news release. Andrew Peller Limited (the "Company") (TSX:ADW.A) and (TSX:ADW.B) announced today that it had acquired 100% of the common shares of World Vintners Inc. ("WVI"), a producer and seller of high...

2005-10-07 08:40:00

By Jonathan Spicer TORONTO (Reuters) - Ontario, home to a small but booming wine industry, is heading for a top quality grape harvest this year, but crop volumes will be so small that the province has bent its rules on using foreign grapes in cheaper blended wines, industry officials said. The developments, results of a bitterly cold winter, are both good and bad for the sector. Ontario exports mostly high-priced, high-quality ice wines -- a sweet desert wine made from grapes harvested during...

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