VANCOUVER — B.C. wine connoisseurs can now more easily identify wines made from 100 per cent B.C.-grown grapes, and those made partially or in whole from foreign fruit, and “Cellared in B.C.”
According to a report in the Vancouver Province, B.C.’s liquor control board has or will soon replace existing signage in its 198 stores to more clearly note the difference. The move comes after public outcry in B.C. and Ontario over the controversial VQA labelling issue.
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