CANADA: CVA launches winemaker scholarship
The Canadian Vintners Association (CVA) has established a scholarship for young winemakers.
The C$1,000 award will be awarded annually to a student pursuing winemaking studies at the Okanagan University College, based on both academic achievement and financial need.
The CVA Scholarship is dedicated to the memory of winemaker Frank Supernak, a winemaker who died in 2002 trying to rescue a colleague who had fallen into a fermentation tank at a British Columbia winery.
The scholarship also reflects a commitment to investing in the youth of the Canadian wine industry and confidence in the industry as a whole.
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