Dec 2006 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Canada Strong Growth in Canada's Wine Industry, Foreign Reds Still Dominate For the first time, Canadians have spent more on wine than on spirits. Wine accounted for 25 percent of alcoholic beverage sales-0.9 percent more than for spirits-in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2005, according to Statistics Canada. Total wine sales in Canada exceeded CAN$4.2 billion, according to the national statistical agency's figures. Canadians bought a record volume of 360 million liters, with 40 perce...
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