Canadian wine comes to London
31 Jul 2013 by Jancis Robinson
The Canadians have long been proud of their wines and finally this pride is increasingly justified. Indeed, so confident are they of how well their wines show in an international context that they organised an extremely well-attended tasting of some of their best last May at Canada House in London (left, as seen from Trafalgar Square). It was called 'Rediscover Canadian Wine', which struck me as a mite optimistic. Nevertheless I heard many expressions of, if not confirmation, then at least recognition that some of the wines were very good indeed. The deal was that wineries could choose whether to submit their wines or not and the...

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