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Australia's International Wine Investment Fund has further diversified its business with the purchase of an 11% in Californian service group Vintage Nurseries. In its first move into the US market the Fund has paid A$7.8m (US$3.9m) for the share. Vintage Nurseries is the second largest supplier of grapevine rootstock in the US.


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