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Sauvignon Blanc

History Of Wine in Canada

  Canadian wine is primarily produced in Ontario and British Columbia, the two largest wine-producing provinces in Canada, with two-thirds of Canada's vineyard acreage situated in Ontario[1]. However, wine-producing regions are also present in other areas, including Alberta, Quebec, New Brunswick, […]

May 7

May 7, 1785: On this day, Sauvignon Blanc was discovered in France, where it acquired prominence in the Loire Valley and Bordeaux. May 7, 1945: Alfred Jodl, the head of the German military, presented […]

November 22

November 22, 1847: The settler ship John Wickliffe departs from London for New Zealand. Its arrival is considered the founding day of the Otago region. Central Otago in particular has become an area famed […]

May 6

May 6, 1919: On this day, Several legislations were approved by the French government to build the foundation for the Appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) system, which would firmly define winemaking regulations and geographic borders. […]

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