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If Pernod Ricard is successful in its bid for Allied Domecq, Diageo will acquire the New Zealand wine producer, Montana, for £320m. Chris Brook-Carter asks if the deal signals renewed enthusiasm in wine on the part of the world's largest spirits producer.


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