June 2015 | General

Nova Scotia opens it’s borders to BC Wine

It’s pretty crazy to think that it’s ‘illegal’ to order wine from a Canadian winery and have it shipped to your home. But it’s an actual fact – most provinces in Canada simply don’t allow this. These laws date back to the prohibition period, and are in place to date even though this is a 6.8 billion dollar industry in Canada.

But things are changing in Nova Scotia…

A recent change in the law has opened Nova Scotia to direct shipping. Effective immediately, Nova Scotia residents of legal drinking age may now purchase 100% Canadian wine directly from a licensed out-of-province winery and have it shipped to their homes for personal consumption.

In celebration of this great news we’d like to offer you an opportunity to enjoy free shipping on any order. Register below to claim your coupon!

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British Columbia and Manitoba were the first to open their borders to Canadian Wineries, and now Nova Scotia has followed. It’s great news, but there is still a long way to go until all Canadian provinces open their borders.

Here is a recent article celebrating Nova Scotia’s new law: Wine Trade Barriers Between Nova Scotia and B.C. Removed