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After a period of sustained growth, the Australian wine industry has suffered a number of prominent reversals recently as the combination of oversupply and heavy discounting has taken its toll. However, when Chris Brook-Carter met with Franklin Tate, he found the chief executive of Evans & Tate, Australia's eighth largest winemaker, in bullish mood regarding the industry's future.


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