Daybreak Montreal | Sep 5, 2013 | 9:16

SAQ profits dropping as focus shifts to more expensive wines

The SAQ had an unusual drop in profits in the first quarter of this fiscal year. There are now also fewer inexpensive bottles of wine available on the shelves. Some experts say the new focus on more expensive wines are affecting the SAQ's bottom line.

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