AUS: Evans & Tate launches brand offensive

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 8 September 2006

Evans & Tate is to embark on an assault on the Australian wine market with a series of brand launches. The wine group hopes its latest offerings will revive the business after a series of losses, write-downs and winery sales.

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Evans & Tate is to embark on an assault on the Australian wine market with a series of brand launches. The wine group hopes its latest offerings will revive the business after a series of losses, write-downs and winery sales.

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