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Thank you for visiting our website, Wines of Canada was developed and designed by Robert (Bob) Bell
of Langley, British Columbia with the help of my wife Barbara in 1992. This is a personal website, we have no employees. . Support is welcome as are suggestions and comments; should you see something that needs to be corrected please let us know. email@example.com
This project began in 1992 following our honeymoon in Napa Valley. We felt that Canada's wine industry was challenging the old world wines yet no one was noticing. Despite awards being won in France, United Kingdom, and Germany, Canada was not getting the respect it deserved. Researchers, grape growers, vineyard managers and winemakers, not to forget the owners have worked extremely hard to make Canada a great wine producing nation this website was developed to make the world aware of their successes. We hope you enjoy our efforts....
Every effort is made to ensure our information is correct. We no longer able to contact wineries by e-mail every year, the industry has grown far too large. We ask the wineries to notify us if an important change has been made. We accept no responsibility for any misleading or incorrect information.
Please see Listing Your Winery
Wineries are listed by province then by region and or appellation. We provide
information on history and additional features and articles concerning Canada's
wines and her wineries. Tourist information can also be found on the website.
We recommend you look at our home page and site-map to help guide you around the site. We now have over 100 pages of information listed which continues to grow.
Sponsors are welcome, the task of maintaining the website
featuring over 800 wineries is very demanding both in time and cost.
For information on listing your winery please click here We also have "where to pages" that accept advertising.
We do not sell wines, we do not import or export wines. We do not represent the Government of Canada
or any wine association in Canada. We are not associated with Canadian Vintners Association. We cannot help you find employment in the industry.
When we started in 1992 there were 26 wineries in Canada, that has now increased
to almost 800 with the number increasing by the month. Our website also includes Cideries and Meaderies
You will find us in constant change, we never stop trying to keep it updated. The industry is changing very quickly, if you find problems with the website please tell us so that we may make a
We do not know which wine shops in your area carry Canadian wine, please contact your local wine
shop or the winery directly. Let your fingers do the walking through the yellow pages or today do a web search. We cannot advise you on how to import wines of Canada into your country.
Information and images on this website are copy written and may not be used without permission. The space given to each winery depends upon information received.
www.winesofcanada.com and Robert (Bob) Bell requires borrowers to provide photo credits each time an image is used, they may not be used without receiving permission. Photo credits are to www.winesofcanada.com, the winery and the photographer. Failure to include the proper credit or improper use of the photo(s), as specified in this agreement, will result in the user being liable to pay the photographer, the market rate per photograph, per photo application. Photo credits are as follows:
Images may not be used for direct commercial or paid advertising and promotions, which includes but is not limited to print, on-line, and multimedia advertising and promotions. Images may not be used for any merchandising or retailing purpose.
Images cannot be altered, adapted or enhanced.
Images also may not be duplicated or reproduced.
Unfortunately I do not speak French, therefore, cannot translate the pages into French myself. This is a non profit website; and as much as we would like to, the cost to translate the website is beyond our reach.
Do not copy text the website represents 27years of work.
Dyslexia is a complex language problem. It has to do with the way the brain works, not with vision. It involves not being able to break a word down into the sounds that make it up, and not being able to write and think about the sounds in a word. You can look at a printed word that is spelt wrong but see it as been correct.
Winery owners and managers please see Listing
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