CANADA: Canadians turn to home grown wine

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 29 September 2000

Canadians take pride in their lack of patriotism; they are a modest bunch. However, a recent appetite for expensive wines, made in (of all places) Canada, has been growing and continues to make a dent in the Canadian wine market. Indeed, domestically produced wine currently holds a staggering 43% of the market, according to the Wine Council of Ontario.

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Canadians take pride in their lack of patriotism; they are a modest bunch. However, a recent appetite for expensive wines, made in (of all places) Canada, has been growing and continues to make a dent in the Canadian wine market. Indeed, domestically produced wine currently holds a staggering 43% of the market, according to the Wine Council of Ontario.

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