AUSTRALIA: Cranswick sale attracts range of bidders
Australian wine group Cranswick Premium Wines is to sell its Haselgrove winery in an attempt to refocus on its core business. The company has short-listed about five bidders, according to Australian press reports. A spokesman for the company told just-drinks.com: "Haselgrove accounted for about 8% of the company turnover but about 20% of management time. A decision was made at the last board meeting to sell to concentrate on the core business and what the company new best."
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