Letter: Thank you Rachel Notley

All the small wineries in B.C. should be sending Rachel Notley a bottle of their best wine

All the small wineries in B.C. should be sending Rachel Notley a bottle of their best wine.

In less than a week she has done a better job of promoting worldwide our fine wineries than the B.C. governments have been able to do in the last 20 years and all at no cost to the B.C. taxpayers. The best part is she managed to hit your most prominent target markets right across North America; young urban professionals, with an environmental conscience. Stop complaining and own the deal while you can. This is an amazing opportunity.

Now if she would just do the same for our long-suffering fruit and ground crop industries we would have a grand slam.

Rick Knodel

Oliver

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