Comment - Constellation eyes Australian Vintage tie-up

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 2 November 2009

Constellation Brands' announcement that it could merge or sell parts of its UK and Australian wine business raised more questions than it answered, but the move makes sense in an operating environment that looks tough for at least the medium term.

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Constellation Brands' announcement that it could merge or sell parts of its UK and Australian wine business raised more questions than it answered, but the move makes sense in an operating environment that looks tough for at least the medium term.

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