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The Beston Wine Industry Trust has acquired the Western Australian vineyard Sirens for nearly $A1.9m, the trust's first move into the region. Beston also said today that it intends to lease the vineyard to Southcorp, its first lease with Australia's number one winemaker. Sirens Vineyard has 27.8 hectares of a total of 66.09 hectares under vine. Southcorp will lease the vineyeard for ten years with the right to renew for a further five plus five years.


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