CTV News - Louise Hartland discuss woman and whisky, Victoria Whisky Festival Preview, 2015 01 15 5PM
Shaw TV's Karen Elgersma gets into the 'spirits' for Victoria's 10th annual Whisky Festival. Jan 16, 2015
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CHEK TV - Victoria Whisky Festival 2015. Discussing whisky and chocolate featuring Marcus Von Alvrecht.
CTV Vancouver Island - Featuring Davin de Kergommeaux and the Canadian Whisky Awards 2015
CTV Vancouver Island - Louise Hartland, Consumer Life, Coverage of the Victoria Whisky Festival 2015 and interview with Alwynne Gwilt (The Miss Whisky)
Peninsula News Review, Masterful Pour and Michael Nicholson, by Steven Heywood, Friday, January 16, 2015. PNR
Times Colonist, Whisky fest spotlights Canadian distilleries, by Pedro Arrais, Thursday, January 15, 2015. Times Colonist
Globe and Mail, Business oddities: Canadian whisky isn’t actually terrible, by Ian Morfitt, Feb 02, 2015. Globe and Mail
CFAX Radio with Kathy McAree. Interview with Davin de Kergommeaux and Dr. Don Livermore 150117_CFAX_VWF15.mp3
100.3 THE Q - Festival preview and live on air auction. Interview with Iain Hooey. January 16, 2015
WhiskyIntelligence.com: The Best Canadian Whisky of 2014 – Canadian Whisky News
January 22nd, 2015
WhiskyIntelligence.com: News from The Whisky Belle – Scotch Whisky News
February 16th, 2015
SingleMalting.com: 4 Cities in 5 days, a Whisky Journey | Blog #59
February 16th, 2015
http://whiskycast.com: Episode 519: January 31, 2015
Graeme Macaloney gave up a secure career in the pharmaceutical industry to pursue his dream of making whisky, and the Scottish expat is getting closer to realizing his dream. He’s hoping to begin construction on the Victoria Caledonian Distillery in Victoria, British Columbia soon, and has already brought Dr. Jim Swan and former Diageo distillery manager Mike Nicolson as consultants. Graeme explains why he and his family mortgaged their future (and their house) on his dream on this week’s WhiskyCast In-Depth.
http://whiskycast.com: Episode 517: January 18, 2015
In the second of our two episodes from this weekend’s Victoria Whisky Festival, we’ll catch up on more of the week’s news – including more details on the $50,000 bottle of The Balvenie 50 stolen in a Montreal robbery Thursday and a Scottish newspaper report that several distilleries are in hot water with environmental protection officials over using too much water. We’ll get the latest on new whiskies from Springbank, the revival of a historic blended Scotch brand, and Corby’s Dr. Don Livermore clears up more misconceptions about Canadian Whisky.