VANCOUVER — A recent article in The Vancouver Sun is urging wine drinkers to cheer up, as they could soon be enjoying their favourite vino for less.
With the Canadian dollar steadily climbing, cheaper, high-quality wines are on the horizon. According to The Sun, though Napa Valley has reported record losses, the declines mostly have to do with the wane in popularity of pricier brands that deflect money-conscious consumers with intimidating “super-premium” labels.
Many Napa Valley, Sonoma Valley, Western Australia, Bordeaux, Burgundy and B.C. wines are currently selling for less than $15.
For more on this story, click here.