Sliding loonie a ‘golden opportunity’ for wine exporters

For some producers, though, the crunch comes when buying supplies abroad.

Painted Rock Estate Winery Photo
“The low dollar is really driving my energies," says John Skinner, owner of Painted Rock Estate Winery in Penticton, BC.
Asha Hingorani
Published: Wednesday, 02/03/2016 12:00 am EST

When it comes to the sliding loonie, there are two sides of the coin (or maybe more) for Canadian agricultural producers.

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