AUSTRALIA/US: Dispute over Three Rivers name
A small South Australian winery and a US wine company based in Washington State are in dispute over the use of the Three Rivers brand name. The US wine company, Three Rivers, is taking the Barossa Valley winemaker, Chris Ringland, to court over his use of the name. Ringland has been exporting an exclusive and expensive wine under the Three Rivers Shiraz label, selling for up to A$1,500 a bottle, for the last thirteen years.
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