Canada

Wine has been produced in Canada for over 200 years but it wasn’t until their free trade agreement with the USA in 1988 that it started to expand externally. Wine production is mainly in British Columbia in the West and Southern Ontario with smaller amounts produced in Quebec and Nova Scotia in the East. The three largest regions are: Okanagan Valley in BC; the Niagara Peninsula; and Essex County, both in Ontario. The climate in British Columbia is surprisingly dry and mild so ideal for grape growing. The Okanagan Valley is arguably the finest source in the country; this is home to the Wyse family, producers of the excellent Burrowing Owl wines.

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  1. Burrowing Owl Syrah, Okanawan Valley
    Burrowing Owl Syrah, Okanagan Valley 2015
    Syrah/Shiraz 14.5% Vol
    Rest of Americas > Canada
    Ripe and supple fruit, brambles, plums and cherries with spicy hints and soft, round tannins on the...
    £27.00 per bottle
  2. Burrowing Owl Chardonnay, Okanagan Valley
    Burrowing Owl Chardonnay, Okanagan Valley 2015
    Chardonnay 14.0% Vol
    Rest of Americas > Canada
    Ripe melon and peach fruit on the nose and palate balanced with subtle nutty oak flavours and good...
    £24.00 per bottle

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