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Tuesday, June 22, 2010

GOSH: Cellared in Canada Wines to be served at G20


TRAWNA – (GOSH Wine News Services) – In a stunning display of generosity today, the Federal Government, through pressure from PM S.Harpy, will announce that Canada is supplying the G20 attendees and all of their staffs with a full supply of the best CellaredInCanada™ wines.

Said Line Bryan, the PR flack for the Association of Cellared in Canada Wines (ACCW), "It only makes sense that we distribute this wine for the conference. We have a special Cuvee, called PLANET EARTH, which meets all government regulations. The Cuvee will have 30% Ontario wine, plus a blend of wines from every single G20 country that produces wine. The stretch water component will come from South Korea, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia, who make no wine (at least, no legal wine). This will be a true global wine, unlike that other stuff they served at the Olympics."

Word on the street seems to indicate that there will be a white, a red and a rose. A sparkler will be poured at the opening banquet.

Not to be left out, the Canadian Cellared in Canada Wine Group (CCICWG) will be sending cases of Freggie™, the fruit-vegetable wine, to the Integrated Security Unit for their enjoyment after they leave their shifts.

Also in the mix, members of the Canadian Protestors Alliance (CPA) will be receiving gift packs of assorted QC and VQA wines from the Ontario Vinicultural Association. Each pack has a time lock to ensure that they won't be opened until Monday June 28.

There was no comment from the Liberal Control of Beverages in Ontario, A Clown, er, Crown Corporation of a Have-Not Province. They were ensconced within the boarded-up Pink Palace, and will not come out until after the HST brouhaha dies down, sometime in 2011.

More on this story as it develops…


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