CANADA: Vincor posts rise in Q4 profits
Vincor, which is Canada's largest wine producer with brands such as Inniskillin and Jackson-Triggs in its portfolio, reported a 15% rise in net sales for the year to C$434.6m.
The company's CEO, Donald Triggs, said the acquisition of the Australian wine company, Goundrey Wines, and New Zealand's Kim Crawford Wines had boosted sales and profits during the fourth quarter.
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