Though it could boast the earliest mention of wine grape cultivation in Canada (we’re talking the 1600s), Nova Scotia has only recently become renowned for its picturesque vineyards and world-class wines.

So how does a region make such a dramatic leap into a niche market, and actually succeed?

That’s the question Fresh Air Media’s inaugural Food Bubble with Andrew Campbell podcast seeks to answer.

You’ll need to find your best pair of walking shoes, and perfect your swirl for this episode, which takes us around the beautiful Annapolis Valley, from Domaine de Grand Pre, the oldest winery in Atlantic Canada, to the Acadia Laboratory for Agri-Food and Beverage, where the science behind the magic happens.

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