Veteran Hollywood director and producer James Cameron has went into wine production in his native Canada.
The 59-year-ancient director of The Terminator and Avatar has bought Beaufort Vineyard & Estate Winery in British Columbia for an undisclosed sum.Beaufort's manager, Mark Timmermans, said the sale completed on 6 February. An official statement from Cameron is expected in the next few weeks.'Despite the excitement surrounding the sale to Cameron, we don't foresee any huge changes,' Timmermans told decanter.com. 'Our plot is to continue to release approximately 2,000 suitcases this year, and we are finalising our plans for this vintage.'Beaufort is located in the Comox Valley on the east coast of Vancouver Island and with just over three hectares below vine.It was founded in 2006 by Jeff and Susan Vandermolen, who earlier worked in the oil industry, and produces a range of wines including a traditional method sparkling red, a Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir rose.'We look forward to
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