Optimizing the Quality of Canadian Wines

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Although domestic wine sales in Canada have been increasing steadily there remains substantial potential to increase our market share in Canada and expand further into international markets, and further increase their market share. In order to maintain and grow this support, the Canadian wine sector needs to continually optimize the quality of the product , while showcasing the environmental sustainability of the production cycle and maintaining and growing public trust. Activities 12, 13 & 14 will focus on development of indigenous yeasts for domestic wine production, field-to-winery management strategies for improving fermentation efficiency and tannin profiles in red wine, improved processes for sparkling wine production  and consistency in the marketplace. 

Improving sparkling and still wine quality - Project Update

Improving sparkling and still wine quality - Project Update

Posted Mar 12th, 2020

Improving sparkling and still wine quality - project update from Activity 14, March 2020

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Improving sparkling and still red wine quality - Presentation

Improving sparkling and still red wine quality - Presentation

Posted Mar 12th, 2020

Improving sparkling and still red wine quality Presentation from Activity 14, July 2019

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Improving Canadian red wine quality - Project Update

Improving Canadian red wine quality - Project Update

Posted Mar 12th, 2020

Wine Quality and tannin level project update from Activity 12, March 2020

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Fizz Club December 2019

Fizz Club December 2019

Posted Nov 22nd, 2019

Sparkling winemakers across Canada are invited to join the Fizz Club Network!

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Improving wine quality through yeasts - Project Update

Improving wine quality through yeasts - Project Update

Posted Aug 29th, 2019

Wine Quality and yeasts project update from Activity 13, March 2019

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Detection and consumer rejection thresholds of honey-off flavour in sparkling wine

Detection and consumer rejection thresholds of honey-off flavour in sparkling wine

Posted Aug 26th, 2019

Poster presented at the Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference (AWITC)

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From Our Team

  • Having a clean plant program in Canada will allow growers to replant vineyards with healthy domestically produced vines to maintain the long-term viability of their vineyards.
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