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Australian wine group Cranswick Premium Wines is to sell its Haselgrove winery in an attempt to refocus on its core business. The company has short-listed about five bidders, according to Australian press reports. A spokesman for the company told just-drinks.com: "Haselgrove accounted for about 8% of the company turnover but about 20% of management time. A decision was made at the last board meeting to sell to concentrate on the core business and what the company new best."


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