Canadian Wine

It’s fair to say that Canada is a few decades behind South America when it comes to its home-grown wine industry. But if you can remember when New World wines dominated the middle market, you might feel a frisson at the news of a genuine new player.

The Canadian wine industry is concentrated in the South East and South West of the country, in the regions bordering the USA such as Ontario and southern British Columbia. However, it’s spreading, as the climate in these parts is similar in many ways to the south of Australia, which has firmly cemented its reputation as a winemaking powerhouse. We only accept wines that pass our scrutiny, so we were thrilled to open our Canadian account with a 2011 Chardonnay from Village Reserve.

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