S AFRICA/IRELAND: Distell switches Edward Dillon for Richmond Marketing in Ireland

By Olly Wehring | 4 October 2012

Distell has confirmed a change of distributor for several of its wine brands in Ireland.

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Distell has confirmed a change of distributor for several of its wine brands in Ireland.

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