Canadian sommeliers

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How to be a better Canadian: Drink Canadian wine

Maclean’s presents another instalment in our patriotic video series, designed to add to your already encyclopedic knowledge of this great country. In this edition: Award-winning Quebec sommelier Veronique Rivest toasts the champagne of Canadian wines. See more from How to Be a Better Canadian.
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Fernet-Branca: A little swig of ‘Satan’s mouthwash’

It’s ‘revolting,’ 39 per cent alcohol, and tastes like iodine. What’s not to love?
Fruitier, bubblier, oakier

Why the Sommelier Olympics is serious business

Jason McBride reports on the Canadians competing to win the title of Best Sommelier in the World