Moving to Canada to protest the election results? Three things to know about Canadian wine

Categories: Booze

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Moving to Canada? At least there's good wine in that country.
No matter who you were pulling for in last night's Presidential contest, if you were on the losing side, you undoubtedly heard more than a few of your disgruntled peeps threaten to move to Canada in protest. Well, before you start packing your bags, we thought it only proper to give you the lowdown on the state of the Canadian wine business -- just because you'll probably need to stock up on warmer clothing for the much-colder temperatures doesn't mean that your wine standards must drop just as precipitously.

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If you really think about it, there's nothing much to fear about a move to hang out with the rest of North America. There's killer skiing in British Columbia, innovative cuisine in Montreal and haute couture in Toronto. But wine? We're betting you had no idea the Canucks even had a wine industry and that the chances that you've consumed any of the bottles it's producing are lodged somewhere between "highly doubtful" and "not a chance in hell." Here's a brief introduction to the ever-expanding world of Canadian wine.

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I'd be curious to know where Kendra is finding these wines in the Denver area.  Other than a few ice wines, I have not been able to find any Canadian wines locally.

Legen Dairy
Legen Dairy

Nope Obama got elected. So im staying right here.

davebarnes topcommenter

Good wines, but the taxes in Canada are a killer.

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