Canadian wine law is confused and confusing. Legislation is often out of touch with how wine is consumed and sold … Continue reading Free My Grapes: R. v. Comeau
Photo credit: Post Hotel The Wine Summit at the Relais & Château Post Hotel in Lake Louise has just concluded, … Continue reading Wine Summit 2017
There are many volcanic wine regions around the world, some obvious, others less so. Continue reading Volcanic Wines in British Columbia and Abroad
We’re thrilled to welcome our first guest writer to Pressing Matters, John Szabo, MS. His excellent book, Volcanic Wines: Salt, Grit and … Continue reading What’s a Volcanic Wine?
Dry farming is not an option on the Black Sage Bench. As a result, principled and precise deficit irrigation is critical. … Continue reading Dry Farming and Deficit Irrigation
There is a sense that a mature wine region must have established sub-regions or sub-appellations. France, of course, is inevitably … Continue reading It’s Complicated: Sub-Regions
As we begin to redevelop Sundial Vineyard, the first vines are being planted by hand this week. It’s surprisingly fast work: … Continue reading Photo Gallery: Planting Sundial