Throughout Canada wineries seem to feel there is a need
to join together and form various organizations and or associations.
Some of the associations are:
A marketing association open to all licensed wineries,
meaderies and cideries on Vancouver Island and surrounding islands
of British Columbia
Wineries of British Columbia's Similkameen website
British Columbia Wine Institute
Suite 107 – 1726 Dolphin Avenue
Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 9R9 The BCWI oversaw the development of the VQA program and conducted research and development (R&D) on behalf of the industry.
Represents Summerland BC Wineries - website
British Columbia Wine Grape council
The BC Wine Grape Council coordinates, facilitates, and funds research and education on viticulture and enology to broadly benefit the British Columbia wine grape industry and to represent growers on a variety of agriculture related issues. Its Mission Statement is to promote the development of a strong and viable wine grape industry that will result in the production of world class wines and that will enhance the economic and environmental benefits to British Columbia.- website
Located in the heart of Vancouver Island - website
Okanagan Falls Winery Association
Located in the heart of the Okanagam -website
B.C. Wine Appreciation Society
The purposes of the Society are to foster and promote interest in, and knowledge and appreciation of wine, and particularly with respect to the wines of British Columbia
The Westside Wine Trail
in West Kelowna, BC in the beautiful Okanagan Valley -website
Island Wine Growers Association website
Prince Edward County Wine Growers Association
On the opposite side of the Lake from Niagara-on-the-Lake. Click here for wineries
Southwestern Ontario Vintners Association
A collection of eleven wineries in the Lake
Erie North Shore/Pelee Island region of
Essex County. The area offers a "unique maritime climate" ideal for luscious vineyards
Ontario Grape Growers Association
Grape Growers of Ontario is the official organization that represents over 500 grape growers of 17,000 acres of vineyards in Ontario, Canada who produce grapes for processing.
Grape Growers of Ontario provides a variety of benefits and services to our members. We serve as the voice of our membership and an information resource for our growers, the general public, media, and our winery partners on viticulture and the relevant grape and wine issues affecting our industry.
Grape Growers of Ontario negotiates prices for all grapes sold to processors. While growers contract their grape sales directly with processors, prices must be no less than the minimum set through negotiations between the Grape Growers of Ontario and Ontario's grape processors.
Ontario Wine Society
The Ontario Wine Society is a non-profit organization founded
in 1991 that celebrates the exploration of Ontario wines, through
informal, enjoyable and educational tastings and special events.
Currently, there are
six chapters:Toronto, Niagara, Halton, Prince Edward County, London and Windsor/Essex.
Ontario South Coast Wineries & Growers Assoc.
a new emerging wine region in Ontario, along the shores of Lake Erie, will bridge the gap between the Niagara Region and the Lake Erie North Shore Region.
Quebec Winegrowers Association / vignerons-du-quebec
Represents all Quebec regions
Vignerons Independants du Quebec
L'association canadienne des oenologues
New Brunswick Grape Growers Association
Winery Association of Nova Scotia
Represents the entire Province
Agri-Futures Nova Scotia
Agri-Futures Nova Scotia (AFNS) is a non-profit Association registered in Nova Scotia. Its membership is the Council of Leaders of the Nova Scotia Federation of Agriculture. Ten Directors are appointed by the membership to conduct the business of the Association. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada provides a liaison officer to assist the Council and the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture appoints an ex officio member to the Board. website
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