My VanCity | May 8, 2019
“BC. Wine industry professionals, aficionados, and wine lovers alike gathered to attend three distinct learning sessions at the Okanagan College campus. Each session, hosted by Laura Milnes, of SILK+COUPE, garnered a plethora of ideas via discussions by winemakers on some ‘in-the-now’ topics.”
CBC News | January 15, 2019
“The results didn’t surprise Karine Lawrence, who runs the B.C. wine-consulting firm Sirocco and helped organize the Okanagan portion of the study.”
CBC News | March 17, 2019
“Darcen Esau, a master’s candidate in Community, Culture and Global Studies at the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus, researched the phenomenon for his master’s thesis, which he’s scheduled to defend next Friday.”
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