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A giant wine bottle is displayed at the Summerhill Pyramid Winery in Kelowna, B.C., in Feb. 2024. Home to more than 180 licensed grape wineries and known as “the wine capital of Canada,” the Okanagan Valley is also nationally renowned for fruit orchards that produce apples, peaches and cherries. (Aaron Hemens/IndigiNews via AP)

Glass half empty? What climate change means for Canada’s wine industry

Global warming poses great challenges to Canada’s wine industry. But in these challenges lie equally great opportunities to build a better, and more sustainable, wine industry.
A cellar worker steams American oak wine barrels before their use at Silver Oak Cellars in Oakville, Calif. AP Photo/Eric Risberg

A brief history of American winemaking

Wine came to the US in the 16th century but didn’t make it to California – the leader in American winemaking – until the 19th century.
More Chinese wines are finding their way into the liquor aisle. AP Photo/Elizabeth Dalziel

How China’s winemakers succeeded (without stealing)

As the US celebrates Wine Day, China’s young winemakers are a reminder of the power and value of cameraderie and cooperation in this age-old industry.

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