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  • Cable Wine Systems Announces It Will Be Exhibiting at the Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club Annual Meet

    Cable Wine Systems (www.CableWineSystems.com), the creator of the most versatile and sophisticated wine racking system on the market, is announcing that they will be exhibiting at the World of Luxury showcase at the 64th Annual Meet for the Rolls-Royce Owners’ Club (RROC).
    The week long Annual Meet will take place at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, beginning Saturday 30th July. Cable Wine Systems is excited to announce this opportunity to exhibit its luxury wine racking which has won nationwide accolades and awards.
    “We are thrilled to be given the chance to showcase our product at this prestigious event,” says Janice Bednarz, general manager of Cable Wine Systems. “This event is reserved for a privileged group of individuals, and our inclusion speaks volumes to the quality of our wine racking system.”
    Cable Wine Systems will also be featured in an official RROC publication titled Strive for Perfection. This 296-page, hardcover book explores the living legacy of the world’s most famous marque, Rolls-Royce, and showcases a range of luxury brands. Written by motoring and luxury brand experts, this unique lifestyle publication will be presented by publisher St James’s House to the club at an official book launch event on August 4th.
    “Being approached by St James’s House to be featured in Strive for Perfection was completely unexpected,” Bednarz continues. “We were truly honoured by the invitation and look forward to meeting many of the members in person at the exhibition and book launch on August 4th.”
    Cable Wine Systems provides award-winning stainless steel and brass-chromed wine racks for luxury homeowners worldwide.

  • Cable Wine Systems Weighs in on South African Chardonnay Being Voted the World’s Best

    Cable Wine Systems (www.CableWineSystems.com), creators of the most versatile and sophisticated wine racking system on the market, is weighing in on a South African Chardonnay being voted the world’s best.
    This year’s Decanter World Wine Awards voted DeMorgenzon Chardonnay Reserve 2015 from South African businesswoman Wendy Appelbaum as the world’s number one Chardonnay priced over 15 euros. This marks the second significant victory for the Stellenbosch DeMorgenzon estate, as this same wine also won top prize at the International Wine Challenge back in April of this year.
    (Source: “South African Chardonnay Voted the World’s Best,” Wine.co.za, June 20, 2016; http://www.wine.co.za/news/news.aspx?NEWSID=28789.)
    “It’s always amazing to see just how much regions are really pushing out some amazing wine,” says Janice Bednarz, General Manager of Cable Wine Systems. “These competitions are judged by experts from around the world, so to come out on top means a lot to these brands.”
    The Decanter World Wine Awards competition was held in the U.K. earlier this month. Between that and the International Wine Challenge, DeMorgenzon beat out roughly 30,000 other entries.
    “It’s hard to imagine having to compete with that many wines,” Bednarz explains. “It’s an amazing feat that speaks to the quality of that wine and the work that the winemakers put in to creating such a prestigious blend.”
    Appelbaum took over the DeMorgenzon Estate in 2003. By 2007, one of its vintages was already being recognized with a five-star rating. The Chardonnay that was twice victorious this year was already named South African Wine of the Year in 2015 in the Platter South African Wine Guide.
    “Wine appreciation really is worldwide. Travel parts of the globe one can recognize just how many cultures have a great appreciation for everything related to wine,” Bednarz concludes. “Global competitions like the ones discussed here show that wine continues to be an important pastime.”
    Cable Wine Systems continues its own appreciation for wine culture by producing award-winning wine racks.

  • Cable Wine Systems Weighs in on Toronto Being the Second Hottest Luxury Real Estate Market

    Cable Wine Systems (www.CableWineSystems.com), creators of the most versatile and sophisticated wine racking system on the market, is weighing in on Toronto being listed as the world’s second hottest luxury real estate market.
    Christie’s International Real Estate and Chestnut Park Real Estate of Toronto released a report naming Toronto the second hottest luxury real estate market in the world. According to the report, the two organizations calculated that the market in Toronto grew by 48% over the last year. (Source: “Toronto is World’s Second Largest Luxury Real Estate Market, Says Christie’s International Real Estate Report,” May 12, 2016; http://finance.yahoo.com/news/toronto-worlds-second-hottest-luxury-132700973.html.)
    “It seems a little surreal to think that Toronto is a city with that much luxury all around its residents,” says Janice Bednarz, general manager of Cable Wine Systems. “That said, Toronto is certainly a world-class city and anyone living in and around Toronto knows the insane amount of ongoing construction for homes and condos, so this probably shouldn’t be as surprising as it sounds.”
    For the purpose of the report, a luxury home in Toronto was defined as a property worth US$3.0 million or more; that is above the world’s average starting point for luxury, which begins at US$2.2 million. On top of this growth in the real estate luxury, the report also indicated that Toronto sells luxury homes faster than any other city in the world, taking only 28 days to close a luxury property compared to 195 days on average for the rest of the world.
    “This is an incredible market for luxury real estate,” Bednarz adds. “Toronto has so many little pockets of communities and even in luxury areas, it remains diverse. It’s amazing to watch all of this happen and for those in the city to be part of it in some way.”
    Bednarz points out that the likely reason for Toronto’s scorching luxury real estate market is simple supply and demand. Canada’s stable government and stability in banking make it attractive for foreign luxury home buyers.
    “The experts at Cable Wine Systems know all about the luxury home market,” Bednarz concludes. “That’s because homeowners that purchase the CABLE WINE SYSTEM, our revolutionary wine racking system, often fall under that bracket and have a true appreciation for wine.”
    For more information about how Cable Wine Systems caters to luxury homes, contact Cable Wine Systems at www.CableWineSystems.com.

  • Cable Wine Systems Weighs in on This Month’s Celebration of Ontario Wine

    Cable Wine Systems (www.CableWineSystems.com), creators of the most versatile and sophisticated wine racking system on the market, is weighing in on this month’s celebration of Ontario wine.
    On Thursday June 16, a celebration will be held honouring Ontario’s top wines. Dubbed “WiNETARIO,” the event is hosted by iYellow and will feature the 22nd annual wine award.
    (Source: “Celebration of Ontario wines June 16,” NiagaraThisWeek.com, May 30, 2016; http://www.niagarathisweek.com/community-story/6697407-celebration-of-ontario-wines-june-16/.)
    “With the level to which Canadian wines have risen, this year’s celebration will surely be an eventful one,” says Janice Bednarz, general manager of Cable Wine Systems. “Canadian wine has become renowned all over the world, but this event is to celebrate and enjoy Ontario’s own creations.”
    The event will take place at the George Brown Centre for Hospitality and Culinary Arts on June 16. Prior to this date, on June 1, the awards for the winners will be presented at the Niagara on the Lake campus of Niagara College. According to the WiNETARIO web site, tickets are still available at the cost of $89 for two.
    The third week in June has been proclaimed as Ontario Wine Week in line with the WiNETARIO celebrations and awards. The wine awards were established in 1995 by well-known wine connoisseur Tony Aspler.
    “This is a full show which anyone in attendance will find fulfilling,” Bednarz concludes. “Wine lovers from across the province will be making their way down to Niagara and Toronto to take part in all the festivities and just have a good time sipping wine and learning about Ontario’s now rich wine culture.”
    Cable Wine Systems plays its role in the exaltation of wine culture with its products. The company offers an award-winning wine storage product to help wine lovers enjoy their collections. For more information, visit www.CableWineSystems.com.

  • Cable Wine Systems Weighs in on Portugal as Destination Wine Location

    Cable Wine Systems (www.CableWineSystems.com), creators of the most versatile and sophisticated wine racking system on the market, is weighing in on Portugal as a destination wine location.
    According to a recent report, Portugal reds are now commanding hundreds of dollars per bottle. This wine renaissance is taking place in Portugal’s Douro Valley and is noted for how it is attracting wine drinkers from all over the world. (Source: Hammond, C.E., “Portugal is for wine enthusiasts,” The Toronto Star, April 16, 2016; http://www.thestar.com/life/travel/2016/04/16/portugal-is-for-wine-enthusiasts.html.)
    “This is a fairly new development for Portugal, as they’ve historically been known for producing port,” says Janice Bednarz, general manager of Cable Wine Systems. “But these new blends are bringing an entirely new perspective to what travellers can expect from Portuguese winemakers.”
    In unison with the new production of fine wine, Portugal is taking the step of building high-end hotels in the Douro Valley for sophisticated travellers looking for luxury dwellings. It is believed that these two developments are helping to further increase wine tourism in the region.
    “There’s an excitement now around all that’s going on in the Douro Valley regarding its wine culture,” Bednarz explains. “They’re creating a desirable luxury destination for travellers and wine drinkers all over the world. These hotels are part of the draw to increase wine tourism, with celebrity-caliber chefs and other amenities that guests who prefer this lifestyle will certainly appreciate.”
    Douro Valley’s current development would not have been possible before 1986, when the Portuguese government lifted the ban on table wine production. The ban’s annulment allowed wineries across the country to produce and export its wine independently, opening the doors to the creation of the current wine culture.
    “Obviously, any positive initiative that moves wine culture forward is encouraged,” Bednarz concludes. “Portugal is stepping up on all fronts when it comes to producing an environment conducive to wine culture, and hopefully they continue to move in that direction.”
    Cable Wine Systems does its part by offering luxury metal wine racking systems for its clients. To learn more about Cable Wine Systems’ products, visit www.CableWineSystems.com.

  • Cable Wine Systems Weighs in on Nova Scotia Being Next Great Canadian Wine Region

    Cable Wine Systems (www.CableWineSystems.com), creators of the most versatile and sophisticated wine racking system on the market, is weighing in on Nova Scotia being proclaimed as the next great Canadian wine region.
    The province of Nova Scotia recently announced a $487,960 investment into a wine research lab which will be placed on the grounds of Acadia University in Wolfville. The province hopes to capitalize on the sudden surge of production coming out of the area and compete with other winemaking regions across the world. (Source: Patten, M., “Canada’s next great wine region is Nova Scotia,” CBC web site, March 30, 2016; http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/nova-scotia-great-wine-1.3512006.)
    “It’s interesting to see how different regions across the country are beginning to take winemaking to another level,” says Janice Bednarz, general manager of Cable Wine Systems. “Wine culture in Canada has grown overall, but not just with consumers. The producers are also stepping up and making a claim to be the creators of quality wine.”
    Experts in the Nova Scotia region say climate and physical environment somewhat restricts the region to specialized variations. As a result, producers are focusing mainly on aromatic whites and sparkling wines.
    “The nature of winemaking is that it reflects the environment of where it is produced,” Bednarz explains. “Just like vintners in regions in different parts of Europe experience more success with growing certain varieties of grapes, Nova Scotian wine makers must similarly do their best to grow the kinds of grapes that would be most conducive to their climate, soil and growing season in order to produce the best wine possible.”
    Bednarz adds that even though geography does play a role in the types of wine that can come out of Nova Scotia, it doesn’t mean that winemakers won’t refrain from experimenting with other blends.
    “They are still trying their hand at creating some enjoyable reds. It’s really about figuring out what works and what doesn’t with the terrain throughout the region,” she concludes.
    Cable Wine Systems is the creator of one of the most sophisticated wine racking systems on the market. They accommodate this generation of wine drinkers with a unique wine racking system that can suit their design preferences. More information can be found on their web site at www.CableWineSystems.com.

  • Cable Wine Systems Weighs in on the Impact of Cooler Climates for Making Spring Wines

    Cable Wine Systems (www.CableWineSystems.com), creators of the most versatile and sophisticated wine racking system on the market, is weighing in on the benefits of cooler climates when creating spring wines.
    The consumer demand for more full-bodied wine, coupled with the warming of certain wine regions around the world has made it more difficult to find lighter-bodied wine. (Source: Hammond, C,E., “Spring is all about crisp wine and restrained roses,” March 19, 2016; http://www.thestar.com/life/food_wine/2016/03/19/spring-is-all-about-crisp-white-wines-and-restrained-ross.html)
    “As the weather begins to warm up for spring and eventually for summer, wine drinkers are going to be looking for a more crisp tasting, lighter wine,” says Janice Bednarz, general manager of Cable Wine Systems. “But for different reasons, including what some would classify as global warming, it’s becoming increasingly more difficult to find lighter-bodied wines, compared to full-bodied wines in stores.”
    Experts say the solution to finding lighter wines is to look for bottles coming from cooler climates. Ontario, New Zealand, Northern France, and North Italy all are regions which see less sunshine. This results in less grape sugar, which lessens the amount of alcohol during fermentation.
    “It might sound complicated, but it’s actually fairly straightforward,” says Bednarz. “The level of alcohol is closely related to the body type of the wine. That’s why these regions with less sunshine can still produce lighter-bodied wine at a higher rate than other regions, such as Southern France for instance, where there is generally more sunshine year round.”
    Wines with 13.5% alcohol or more tend to be fuller-bodied. Bottles with 12.5% alcohol or less are regarded as lighter-bodied.
    “We’re actually pretty lucky here in Ontario because we get to see a broad range of wines,” says Bednarz. “Our seasonal climate gives us an advantage in producing all types of wines, such as Chardonnay, Gamay, and Riesling. All three of these wines can be made in Ontario are considered light-bodied for spring drinking.”
    Cable Wine Systems is the creator of one of the most sophisticated wine racking systems on the market. They accommodate this generation of wine drinkers with a rack design that can suit their design preferences. More information can be found on their web site at www.CableWineSystems.com

  • Cable Wine Systems Weighs In On Increasing Price of Wine in Ontario

    Cable Wine Systems (www.CableWineSystems.com), creators of the most versatile and sophisticated wine racking system on the market, is weighing in on the increasing price of wine in Ontario.
    In its recently released budget, the Ontario provincial government laid out its plans to increase both prices and taxes on the sale of wine. This would include a $7.95 minimum price for a 750mL bottle of wine. (Source: Mehta, D., “Ontario Hikes Taxes on Cigarettes, Raises Minimum Price for Wine in 2016 Budget,” February 25, 2016; http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2016/02/25/smoking-and-drinking-wine-getting-more-expensive-in-ontario_n_9320314.html.)
    “The government claims that these are future measures to ensure the price of wine is in line with the price of beer and spirits,” says Janice Bednarz, general manager of Cable Wine Systems. “Most of the proposed changes will happen gradually over the next few years, but some changes will be taking place as soon as this summer.”
    One of the early changes Bednarz is referring to is the 2% price hike on all wine products sold at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO). This will take effect in June, with another 2% increase happening in April of next year, followed by a 1% mark up in 2019. There is also a 1% markup on non-Ontario wine purchased at retail stores, which will starts in June and will continue to increase by 1% over the next three years.
    “It’s hard to ever get excited about paying more taxes,” Bednarz admits. “But I would assume much of this is due to the increased availability of wine which will be placed in grocery stores across Ontario starting this fall.”
    Recently the provincial government passed legislation that would allow for wine to be sold in 300 grocery stores across Ontario, beginning with the first 70 stores this fall. It is believed that this action will loosen the grip the LCBO has on alcohol sales in Ontario and make it more accessible to the public. (Source: “Wine Coming to Grocery Stores Across Ontario,” February 18, 2016; https://news.ontario.ca/opo/en/2016/02/wine-coming-to-grocery-stores-across-ontario.html.)
    “Being able to purchase wine more conveniently is a good thing. Wine drinkers everywhere will certainly enjoy being able to walk into a nearby grocery store to purchase a bottle for dinner. We’ll have to just take the other inconveniences of price as we go,” Bednarz says.
    Cable Wine Systems is the creator of one of the most sophisticated wine racking systems on the market. They accommodate this generation of wine drinkers with a rack design that can suit their design preferences.

  • Cable Wine Systems Weighs in on Escalating Prices of U.S Wines Brought into Canada

    Cable Wine Systems (www. CableWineSystems.com), the creator of the most versatile and sophisticated wine racking system on the market, is commenting on the escalating price of U.S. wine being brought into Canada.
    It’s clear the Canadian dollar has taken a nosedive over the past year. While there have been some benefits for the local consumer—including reduced gas prices—wine connoisseurs are being forced to pay a rising price for premium-quality wine imported from the U.S.(Source: Last, G., “Battered Canadian dollar pushing U.S wines out of reach,” Calgary Herald web site, February 20, 2016; http://calgaryherald.com/life/food/geoff-last-battered-canadian-dollar-pushing-u-s-wines-out-of-reach.)
    “A poor Canadian dollar hasn’t worked out well for wine lovers,” says Janice Bednarz, general manager of Cable Wine Systems. “Particularly with wine coming in from the U.S, connoisseurs and collectors have been forced to pay upwards of a 50% and sometimes even a 100% markup for premium bottle wines.”
    Reports have indicated that luxury wines coming in from Sonoma or Napa that normally retail in the $100.00 range are now going for $200.00. Those types of numbers will make it difficult for Canadian importers and retailers to manage costs, and some say both will simply not bother.
    “Thinking from a realistic perspective, if any businesses cost increase by 50% or 100%, they would have difficulty operating on any profitable capacity,” Bednarz continues. “This is no different; unless the Canadian dollar gets back up to high eighties in comparison to the U.S dollar, we may see a shortage of some luxury U.S wine.”
    Bednarz suggests that wine drinkers and collectors need not worry too much about what’s happening with the dollar, and that they should shift their attention to other countries producing premium wine.
    “We can’t control what happens with the Canadian dollar, but we still want to enjoy some good wine. Regions like Europe and Australia have plenty of high-quality wine,” adds Bednarz. “And let’s not forget that we live in a country that produces some of the best wine in the world. So, we shouldn’t be feeling too bad for ourselves if American wine isn’t as readily available.”
    Cable Wine Systems has been able to create the most sophisticated and versatile wine racking system on the market. They are an award-winning company, helping wine connoisseurs around the world better store their collections. More information about Cable Wine Systems can be found at www. CableWineSystems.com.

  • Cable Wine Systems Weighs in on B.C. Wineries Arguing For More Accurate Labelling

    Cable Wine Systems (www.CableWineSystems.com), creators of the most versatile and sophisticated wine racking system on the market, is weighing in on British Columbia’s wineries arguing for more accurate labelling of bottles.
    The issue of accurate wine labelling has been an ongoing problem for wineries from the British Columbia region. Wines produced in other countries are allowed to use misleading labels on their bottles. According to one winery owner, other countries are using phrases on their labels like “Bottled in British Columbia,” or “Cellared in Canada,” even though the actual wine is not from Canada at all. And with British Columbia trying to maintain its wine culture and products on an international stage, these incorrect labels take away from the branding. (Source: Drewa, A., “BC wineries look for clarity in wine labelling,” Global News web site, January 18, 2016; http://globalnews.ca/news/2461964/b-c-wineries-look-for-clarity-in-wine-labelling/.)
    “What this does is undermine the work that British Columbian wineries put into developing their brand,” says Janice Bednarz, general manager of Cable Wine Systems. “The B.C. label means a lot. It refers to a standard set by the province in establishing its wine culture.”
    That standard is marked by British Columbia’s Vintner’s Quality Assurance (VQA), which is a label given to wines made from nothing but British Columbian grapes. Bottles with that marking go through quality testing to ensure they meet taste standards. Other wines labelled “Product of British Columbia” don’t go through the same testing nor do they have to meet the same standards. This is where the confusion comes in for wine drinkers.
    “Even blended wines can say ‘Blended in B.C.’ and get placed in the British Columbia section of the liquor store,” Bednarz adds. “And because there is nothing else to indicate which country the wine is actually from, consumers are left to assume that bottle is actually from British Columbia.”
    The problem is that the Canadian Food and Inspection Agency is letting wine producers continue to mislabel wines. Wine producers are only required to state that their bottles are blends of both international and domestic wines instead of stating which country that wine comes from.
    “You’ll have to be a true wine connoisseur to be able to see past the labelling and understand what’s really going on,” Bednarz continues. “But for casual wine drinkers looking to enjoy a fine glass of wine every now and again, this is misleading.”
    Cable Wine Systems understands everything about quality and setting standards. Their wine racking systems are flexible and able to hold different bottle sizes, and they also feature customizable designs that can meet the owner’s preference. More information can be found on www.CableWineSystems.com.

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