AUSTRALIA: Comment: Lion Nathan gambles on Petaluma

By Tony Baker | 3 October 2001

Despite scepticism by commentators and analysts about its value, Lion Nathan's bid for the small premium winery group Petaluma foreshadowed even higher bids, according to Petaluma director Chris Roberts.

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Despite scepticism by commentators and analysts about its value, Lion Nathan's bid for the small premium winery group Petaluma foreshadowed even higher bids, according to Petaluma director Chris Roberts.

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