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Canadian Vintners Association
The Canadian Vintners Association (CVA) is the national voice of the Canadian wine industry, representing more than 90% of annual wine production. CVA members are engaged in the entire wine value chain from grape growing, farm management, grape harvesting, research, wine production, bottling, retail sales and tourism.
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Nk’Mip Cellars is the only Aboriginal owned and operated winery in North America, residing on 32,000 acres of reserve desert soil in the South Okanagan Valley. The winery blends new world oenology with traditional values, reflecting the forward-thinking nature of the Osoyoos Indian Band.
Culmina Family Estate Winery
Culmina Family Estate winery is the result of a lifetime of experience in the wine industry for Elaine, Sara, and Donald Triggs. The winery creates wines of excellent through the blending of art and science.
Lightfoot & Wolfville Vineyards
Lightfoot & Wolfville Vineyards specializes in handcrafted, small-lot wines made from grapes from certified organic vineyards. The focus is on balanced wines that faithfully express their terroir including award-winning Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and aromatic whites such as Riesling and sparkling wines.
Kacaba Vineyards & Winery
Kacaba Vineyards & Winery is a premium small batch winery located on the Niagara Escarpment Bench in Vineland, Ontario. The winery is focused on producing small quantities mainly by hand.
Jackson-Triggs Okanagan Estate
Jackson-Triggs Okanagan sources grapes from some of the most beautiful vineyards found in British Columbia, many of which have been leased from the Osoyoos Indian Band since 1998.
The first winery in Nova Scotia to be certified organic, L’Acadie specializes in crafting traditional method sparkling wine, for which it has won international accolades.
The road to co-founders Gabe and Rossana Magnotta’s success was paved with adversity, innovation, creativity, good people and great wine. Today Magnotta is Ontario’s third largest winery and its wines have earned over 4,500 awards.
CedarCreek Estate Winery
CedarCreek released its first vintage in 1987 and was one of the first pioneering wineries in BC. Its philosophy is “Respect the land, honour tradition, pursue perfection”.
Located in the South Okanagan, near Oliver, BC, the Sandhill Estate Vineyard is a unique site for growing single-vineyard wines. Low-yield techniques make for small, fully-ripe grapes with concentrated flavours and a truly distinct character.
Stratus aims to produce wines of outstanding quality with the smallest possible environmental impact. Its commitment to sustainability extends to its winery, which was the first in Canada to gain LEED certification.