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French trader Bernard Taillan has brought onto the French market the first vintage of a Canadian wine produced in association with Canadian winery Vincor.
 
Named Osoyoos Larose, 2,200 cases of the first vintage (2001) will be sold in Canada, the US, the UK, Japan and France at a retail price of around €40 a  bottle.  Production could rise to 18,000 to 20,000 12-bottle-cases in the longer term.
 
Osoyoos Larose is the fruit of a partnership dating back to 1998 when Bernard Taillan and Vincor set up a joint-venture company, investing C$5m Canadian dollars in a 24-hectare mountainside vineyard on the edge of Lake Osoyoos in the Okanagan Valley in  Briitsh Colombia.


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