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Recline Ridge battles bears, birds and bitter cold in British Columbia
Issue: November 15, 2005

Grapegrowing and wine production north of the U.S.-Canada border involves a climatic struggle that few vintners from more temperate regions can fully imagine. At these latitudes, commercial winegrowing has only prospered in a few zones, most notably the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia and the Niagara Peninsula of Ontario, both of which lie just north of the border.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands November 15, 2005.

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