A general view of Tomich Winery following a bushfire in December 2019, in Adelaide Hills, Australia January 18, 2020. (Stefica Bikes/Reuters)

How climate change is threatening wine grapes

Climate change patterns show wine-growing regions will become inhospitable to many varieties of grapes

With a ‘new NAFTA’ deal, B.C.’s protectionist wine policy ends, too

Opinion: How an issue about grocery-store shelf space in one of Canada’s provinces found its way into USMCA talks and, ultimately, the agreement itself

What your drink of choice says about your politics

A new poll suggests Canadians’ booze preferences vary according to the party they vote for. Fortunately, we’re more united in our tastes than divided

Why mommy drinks: The scary truth about #WineMom

Women are consuming more alcohol more frequently than ever before—the numbers of those who report casual drinking, binge drinking and dependence are spiking

Stop whining, America: NAFTA favours your wine

The Canadian wine industry says the rules are stacked against it, at home and in the U.S. So how did wine become a U.S. NAFTA complaint?

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.

Liquid gold

The true story of a plot to poison one of the world’s most expensive wines is a satisfying whodunit

Video: Top Chef judge Hugh Acheson at the Ravine Vineyard

The Canadian chef talks about how good food shows a sense of place

Orange is the new white (wine)

Ontario vintners are experimenting with an ancient Georgian technique and a 500-litre qvevri

Hugh Acheson says it’s time to stop judging Canadian wine

‘The lovely thing about them now is they don’t have to prove themselves’

The quest to fix Quebec’s wines

It has a reputation of being a wine hinterland. But Quebec’s 30-year-old industry is finally growing–almost despite itself

The Similkameen Valley: The new frontier

Small wineries are capitalizing on unique microclimates in B.C., making complex, interesting wines distinct from the Okanagan