Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Did You Know?... About Canadian Wine?

Although Canada produces only a tiny portion of the world's wine, it is good to acknowledge the growing wine regions. Wine is grown throughout the country, but the largest amount of production is in the southern regions of Ontario, in the Niagara Peninsula, and the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia. While wineries can produce a wide range of wines suited to the colder climate of Canada, many focus on producing Ice Wines, which can be produced with greater reliability than in most other wine growing regions.

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