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Canada's best?
23 Jan 2013 by Jancis Robinson
I was recently sent 50 of Canada's best wines, from four provinces, in order to bring me up to date on the progress that has been made in recent years in the country's vineyards and cellars. See my overview of this tasting, Canadian wines mature. A significant proportion of my favourites were grown in the stunning Okanagan Valley in British Columbia, shown here in summer. You can read my impressions of it on my visit there in 2009 here . I did find them extremely varied in both style and quality but, as you can see, the best wines were pretty impressive, even if there were a few stragglers at the bottom. The notes below are listed in...

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