There may be no use crying over spilled milk, but spilled wine is another story.
A transport truck carrying a load of Casillero del Diablo red and white wine crashed through a centre median of a southern B.C. highway and hit another truck loaded with pulp at about 9 p.m. Wednesday.
Neither driver was injured in the collision, police said.
But the same could not be said for the wine or pulp.
"Both vehicles sustained extensive damage, with one semi's trailer ripped apart by the force of the collision. And, of course, there was significant damage to the cargo," Cpl. Robert McDonald said in a release.
Cleanup of the site, 150 km east of Vancouver, took more than 10 hours.
The 30-year-old driver of the truck carrying the Chilean wine has been charged with driving without due care and attention.