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Okanagan winery to send 1000 cases to China

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Painted Rock Estate Winery owner, John Skinner (Contributed by: Painted Rock Estate Winery)
As you may have heard earlier, Prime Minister Stephen Harper has bagged a number of trade agreements with China.

The trade agreements are expected to open up doors for Canadian businesses.

But one Penticton winery  has already walked through those doors. Painted Rock estate winery signed a deal with a Chinese wine brokerage house last year, and will ship 20 per cent of its wines there.

Owner John Skinner spoke with Daybreak host Chris Walker.
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