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Shareholders of Oakridge Vineyards Limited today approved an offer by fellow Australian winemaker Evans & Tate to acquire the Yarra Valley business. The resolution was passed unanimously, with 99.82% of all shareholders voting in person or by proxy in favour of the move.


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