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Much attention has been focused on the recent export performance of Australian wine, but the domestic market also remains critical to the health of the Australian wine industry. On the home front, producers face the dual problem of retailer consolidation and over-supply, writes Chris Brook-Carter, forcing smaller players particularly to think creatively about their route to market.


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