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Australia's Cranswick Premium Wines today announced a joint venture with Chateau Indage, the Mumbai-based company which commands 70% of the fledgling but potentially massive Indian wine market.In a deal finalised after only two weeks' negotiations, Cranswick is to be the sole supplier of Australian wine to Indage and will, in turn, be Chateau Indage's sole distributor in Australia.


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