In 1993 Donald Triggs and Allan Jackson founded Mississauga-based company Vincor Canada which began to produce Jackson-Triggs wine. Constellation Brands purchased Vincor Canada (including Jackson-Triggs) for CDN$1.52 billion in 2006
In 2006 Jackson-Triggs won the Gold Medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) for best Shiraz/Syrah; the first Canadian red wine to be recognized by the IWSC. In 2010, they won their seventh "Canadian Wine Producer of the Year" trophy at the IWSC.
In 2016, Constellation Brands sold its Canadian wine holdings, including Jackson-Triggs, to the Ontario Teachers Pension Fund for about $1.03 billion. 
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