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Signs of trouble ahead for the Australian wine industry have emerged this week against a continuing background of bullish confidence. The general mood was set by Stephen Millar, chief executive of BRL Hardy, one of the nation's big four producers, with a speech in his corporate home town, Adelaide, saying wine sales were recession proof.


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