A general view of Tomich Winery following a bushfire in December 2019, in Adelaide Hills, Australia January 18, 2020. (Stefica Bikes/Reuters)

How climate change is threatening wine grapes

Climate change patterns show wine-growing regions will become inhospitable to many varieties of grapes
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With a ’new NAFTA’ deal, B.C.’s protectionist wine policy ends, too

Opinion: How an issue about grocery-store shelf space in one of Canada’s provinces found its way into USMCA talks and, ultimately, the agreement itself

What your drink of choice says about your politics

A new poll suggests Canadians’ booze preferences vary according to the party they vote for. Fortunately, we’re more united in our tastes than divided
Bologna – art for the orange wine piece.

Why mommy drinks: The scary truth about #WineMom

Women are consuming more alcohol more frequently than ever before—the numbers of those who report casual drinking, binge drinking and dependence are spiking
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Stop whining, America: NAFTA favours your wine

The Canadian wine industry says the rules are stacked against it, at home and in the U.S. So how did wine become a U.S. NAFTA complaint?

How to be a better Canadian: Drink Canadian wine

Maclean’s presents another instalment in our patriotic video series, designed to add to your already encyclopedic knowledge of this great country. In this edition: Award-winning Quebec sommelier Veronique Rivest toasts the champagne of Canadian wines. See more from How to Be a Better Canadian.

Liquid gold

The true story of a plot to poison one of the world’s most expensive wines is a satisfying whodunit
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Video: Top Chef judge Hugh Acheson at the Ravine Vineyard

The Canadian chef talks about how good food shows a sense of place
Bologna – art for the orange wine piece.

Orange is the new white (wine)

Ontario vintners are experimenting with an ancient Georgian technique and a 500-litre qvevri
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Hugh Acheson says it’s time to stop judging Canadian wine

’The lovely thing about them now is they don’t have to prove themselves’