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Cambridge Wine Merchants has converted all but one of its wine shops to the hybrid format

Insights: Independents best poised to gain if value can be returned to wine category Subscription

08 Feb 2016 | By Andrew Catchpole

With supermarkets retrenching, independents stand to gain if value can be returned to the wine category

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05 Feb 2016 | By Tim Atkin

In his wonderful book BAD: Or, the Dumbing of America, the late Paul Fussell developed a theory about altitude: the higher the restaurant, the worse the food.

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Cambridge Wine Merchants has converted all but one of its wine shops to the hybrid format

Insights: Independents best poised to gain if value can be returned to wine category Subscription

08 Feb 2016 | By Andrew Catchpole

With supermarkets retrenching, independents stand to gain if value can be returned to the wine category

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Blossom Hill

Treasury Wine Estates tipped as favourite to take Blossom Hill and Piat d’Or off Diageo’s hands

01 Oct 2015 | By Nigel Huddleston

Treasury Wine Estates has refused to comment on speculation that it is lining up an acquisition of Diageo’s Blossom Hill brand and the rest of its wine business.

The ARC Training Centre for Innovative Wine Production

Sainsbury's works with new research centre to develop lower alcohol wines consumers want to drink

22 May 2015 | By Arabella Mileham

Sainsbury’s has teamed up with the University of Adelaide to part-fund wine research at a new wine innovation centre in Australia that will look at developing lower alcohol wines.

Treasury Wine Estates

Treasury Wine Estates stock recovering strongly, hitting a 52-week high

17 Apr 2015 | By Erin Smith

Treasury Wine Estates stock price hit a 52-week high this week peaking at AUD$5.89 per share before retreating and closing at $5.89.

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