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London :: United Kingdom | 4 years ago

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Brands and Foster's Group, which own brands such as Hardys, Lindemans and Penfolds, have accused the British government of ''decimating'' the country's wine trade with constant tax rises. Both companies, which employ thousands of Britons, have cut

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Sydney :: Australia | 4 years ago

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A FEW hours before shares in Cheviot Bridge disappeared from stock exchange lists on Friday, Bill Gurry was asked how he felt about it becoming an unlisted company. ''I am looking forward to it,'' he said. ''I think we all are...Because Cheviot is a

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Ontario :: CA :: USA | 4 years ago

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EDT Last updated on Friday, Mar. 19, 2010 1:13PM EDT I enthused in my Wednesday Decanter column that my craving for white wine had been sharpened by daylight-savings time and the approach of spring...Eastern today, by the way, not tomorrow (the 21st)

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California City :: CA :: USA | 4 years ago

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They have got a lot of headwinds and not just in this area,” said James Lindsay, who helps manage $450 million at Tyndall Investment Management. “I’m not really surprised that the stock’s under-performed.” The nation’s biggest phone company is

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Adelaide :: Australia | 4 years ago

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Murray-Darling Basin from floods in Queensland but much of it will be stored in NSW "dustbowl'' dry lakes. The NSW Office of Water this morning confirmed "it is expected that at least 500 gigalitres of water will reach the Murray River'' from recent

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Tōkyō :: Japan | 4 years ago

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The domestic wine industry wilted in 2009 , rocked by the recession and tightening wine markets around the world...The value of wine exports dropped 9.5 percent to some $911.8 million in winery revenues. While the wine industry nutures its collective

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Sales :: France | 4 years ago

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It was on this weekend two years ago that the winemaker Duane Roy secured his biggest break. Showcasing wines at NSW Wine Week's Cellar Door event in Hyde Park, he served a glass to the food and beverage director of P&O Cruises, who liked the wine

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Sydney :: Australia | 4 years ago

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Usually blended with other Bordeaux varieties (cabernet sauvignon, cab franc, malbec and merlot), petit verdot is the least grown of the Bordeaux appellation. It's a temperamental grape requiring exact conditions and, in Bordeaux, it is losing

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London :: United Kingdom | 4 years ago

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The company says the redundancies were voluntary and resulted from more wine bottling in the United Kingdom, closer to target markets. There have been 350 job losses nationally during the past 18 months because of a company restructure. Jim Watson of

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Sydney :: Australia | 4 years ago

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Government backed live export trade is crippling the Australian meat processing industry, due to intense competition for livestock.” “I can’t understand why the Government is sticking its head in the sand when thousands of Australian jobs are being

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