I knew going into this story that it wasn't a speculative fiction piece, but thought I'd check it out anyway, since it's freely available on Robson's site. It's very well written, but the story itself didn't really grab me. The details would probably make it more of interest to oenologists and those with a background in viticulture (of which Robson is one - I see in her bio that she used to write a regular 'wine and spirits' column.)
Good for Grapes is an odd choice for a Canadian Noir book (it is on the very very edge of noir, if you even want to call it that). It's about wine making in the Okanagan, but it tells its story beautifully so I enjoyed it despite being so far out of my usual genre. Short, simple, but oddly compelling.