AUS: Cheviot Bridge confident in Australian recovery

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 28 November 2006

The chairman of Australian wine company Cheviot Bridge has said he believes the Australian wine industry could at last be coming to the end of its over-supply crisis, and that his own company was "ideally placed" to capitalise on the upturn.

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The chairman of Australian wine company Cheviot Bridge has said he believes the Australian wine industry could at last be coming to the end of its over-supply crisis, and that his own company was "ideally placed" to capitalise on the upturn.

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