Cranswick/ Evans & Tate - Combination therapy

By Chris Brook-Carter | 2 July 2002

Evans & Tate and Cranswick Premium Wines had a choice. Merge to go forward or scale back and remain boutique operators. They have chosen the former. Chris Brook-Carter looks at where this leaves them as the Australian wine industry continues to consolidate.

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Evans & Tate and Cranswick Premium Wines had a choice. Merge to go forward or scale back and remain boutique operators. They have chosen the former. Chris Brook-Carter looks at where this leaves them as the Australian wine industry continues to consolidate.

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