Canada’s No. 2 wine producer expands its premium brand portfolio

Canada’s No. 2 wine producer expands its premium brand portfolio

Three winery acquisitions should add substantially to earnings from premium brands and generate higher profits for this leading Canadian wine producer.

Those wider profit margins, plus expected growth in wine consumption thanks to millennials, should boost the company’s sales and earnings.

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