Weirdly named Canadian wines and wineries

Anyone for a glass of Nagging Doubt?

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10 wineries with oddly dispiriting names

1. Dirty Laundry Vineyard: Summerland, B.C.

2. Black Sheep Winery: Osoyoos, B.C.

3. Laughing Stock Vineyards: Penticton, B.C.

4. Megalomaniac Wines: Vineland, Ont.

5. Mistaken Identity Vineyards: Saltspring Island, B.C.

6. Nagging Doubt: Okanagan, B.C.

7. Organized Crime Winery: Beamsville, Ont.

8. Foreign Affair Winery: Vineland Station, Ont.

9. Therapy Vineyards: Naramata, B.C.

10. Zero Balance Vineyard: Naramata, B.C.

10 wineries named after animals

1. Hunting Hawk Vineyards: Armstrong, B.C.

2. Long Dog Winery: Milford, Ont.

3. Black Widow Winery: Naramata, B.C.

4. Blue Heron Fruit Winery: Pitt Meadows, B.C.

5. Antelope Ridge Winery: Oliver, B.C.

6. Black Bear Farms: Kingsville, Ont.

7. Coyote’s Run Estate Winery: St. David’s, Ont.

8. Elephant Island Orchard Wines: Naramata, B.C.

9. Soaring Eagle Winery: Penticton, B.C.

10. Turtle Mountain Winery: Vernon, B.C.


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