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Off the Vine

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By ALEXANDRA GILL, The Globe and Mail
Saturday, October 20, 2001
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The scenery is spectacular, but so is the wine. B.C.'s Okanagan Valley vintages are winning awards and charming the palates of oenophiles from London to Taiwan. Too bad it's so hard to come by in Canada  FULL STORY arrow
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Food friendly wine
Saturday, October 20, 2001
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Some of B.C.'s winemakers open up in-house restaurants  FULL STORY arrow
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Humble wines for troubled times
Saturday, October 20, 2001
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'With humbling times go humble wines, so herewith some unpretentious reds, full-flavoured, comforting and value-priced,' The Globe's BEPPI CROSARIOL writes in his Wines and Spirits column   FULL STORY arrow
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A brief history in wine
Saturday, October 20, 2001
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From the mountains of Iran at 5400 B.C. to winning awards in France  FULL STORY arrow
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A healthy glass in moderation
Saturday, October 20, 2001
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Researchers say that while wine may be good for your heart, it may be bad for your brain  FULL STORY arrow
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Creating a wine alliance
Saturday, October 20, 2001
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The VQA sets the standards for Canadian wineries  FULL STORY arrow
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From the archives

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spaceDon't start -- or stop -- drinking alcohol just yet. What some think is good for your heart may be bad for your brain.  FULL STORY arrow
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Red wine lovers chug their choice into No. 1 spot
By OLIVER BERTIN, The Globe and Mail
Monday, July 2, 2001
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Domestic vinters planting more vines to cash in on trend toward premium reds  FULL STORY arrow
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A full-bodied wine-country inn
By LASZLO BUHASZ , The Globe and Mail
Saturday, September 29, 2001

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The Jordan, Ont., Inn on the Twenty offers luxury rooms and sophisticated dining  FULL STORY arrow
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Glass Half Full
By MICHAEL RYVAL, The Globe and Mail
Friday, September 28, 2001

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Trumping all the politics of free trade, Donald Triggs of Vincor International has purchased wineries in the U.S. He's also selling wines to the French  FULL STORY arrow
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Hungarian whites make a comeback
By BEPPI CROSARIOL, The Globe and Mail
Saturday, August 18, 2001
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Even cabernet lovers need a holiday occasionally. There are times -- the muggy, dog days of summer, for example -- when the palate clamours for something fresher, cleaner and, well, whiter. Times when even a crisp red Beaujolais, essentially a white wine in drag, can taste like a compromise.  FULL STORY arrow
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The icewine cometh to Europe
By ALAN FREEMAN, The Globe and Mail
Friday, May 18, 2001
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Peculiar Canadian treat of the frozen vine now available to fussier Euro palates  FULL STORY arrow
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What's your favourite Canadian wine? Why?  READ THE RESPONSES arrow
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