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Despite severe winters and unpredictable springs, Canada has thriving wine industry that dates back to the early 19th Century. Since the late 1980s, greater emphasis on appropriate site selection has seen vinifera vine varieties enjoy increasing success, particularly in Ontario and British Colombia.

Ontario’s Niagara Peninsula is the largest wine region in Canada, its continental extremes are moderated by its location between Lakes Ontario and Erie. The Chardonnay grape thrives here, and Pinot Noir performs well in warmer years, but the area is also producing top quality ice-wine.

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