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AUSTRALIA: Federal court settles Coonawarra boundary battle

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Australia’s Federal Court, in a unanimous verdict, has ended a seven year legal row over the boundaries of Coonawarra, one of the nation’s premier wine regions by including remaining vineyards and producers who were previously rejected.


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