Exclusive - GLOBAL: Argentina, Chile, South Africa set for stronger wine collaboration

By Olly Wehring | 29 July 2013

The trade bodies representing wine producers from Argentina, Chile and South Africa are targeting closer collaboration in China and the US, ahead of this Summer's combined tasting event in the UK.

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The trade bodies representing wine producers from Argentina, Chile and South Africa are targeting closer collaboration in China and the US, ahead of this Summer's combined tasting event in the UK.

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