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Canadian Wine Library at Canada's First Wine School (March 4, 2001)

The official opening of the Canadian Wine Library at Brock University was held on March 3. The library is housed in Inniskillin Hall, home of the Cool Climate Oenology and Viticulture Institute (CCOVI). Joining in the ceremony are, from left, Brock University President David Atkinson, Canadian Wine Library Director Ann Sperling, CCOVI Director Dr. Ron Subden, Canadian Wine Library Director David Bergen, His Excellency John Ralston Saul, Canadian Wine Library Director Peter Gamble, and Industry Liaison for CCOVI Linda Bramble. (photo: Divino Mucciante)

The Canadian Wine Library is a non-profit organization that houses Canadian wines judged capable of ageing The Library's growing collection of more than 3,000 wines is a resource for research in such areas as sensory evaluation, vintage variations and stylistic changes. The wines are also used for promotional and educational purposes.

The Library can house up to 17,500 bottles of wine in the University's Canadian Pacific Wine Cellar, a facility designed by wine experts and Brock scientists. The Cellar contains a security system sensitive to temperature and humidity, a special tasting room, racking systems and a computerised indexing system for cellaring and retrieval.

 

 

 

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