This Winemaker Thinks Canada Is Part of the Secret to Making Good Wine
“Here in Canada, we’re free. We’re not Cartesian like the French. If it’s good, it’s good!”
Xavier Girard Lachaîne
Earth Day 2016
How Norman Hardie Is Blurring the Line Between Old and New World Wines
We spoke to Norman Hardie about making wines in Canada’s harsh and changing climate, and why his wines hold up against Burgundy’s finest.
Torching Wood for Terroir with Canada’s Last Living Barrel-Maker
Bradford even talks to his barrels while he works with them, mostly in profanities, which is understandable given the intense heat coming off of the fire.
Making Ice Wine in Quebec’s Changing Climate
Canadian ice wine makers actually welcome the cold, and with a particularly warm winter ahead, many ice wine producers are having to contend with an entirely new set of challenges.