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News posted on Tuesday, 16 August 2005

Rescue plan for icon label
Geoff Easdown reported in Adelaide’s The Advertiser on 13 August 2005 that Foster’s Wine Estates says a turnaround of its ailing Rosemount brand could take "a couple of years" but the company was committed to revitalising the flagship brand. Only two years ago, the Rosemount brand boasted almost a five per cent share of the Australian wine market. It has slipped to under three per cent with Southcorp forced to write down $240 million of its value in 2003.

Full throttle bottles
Chris Snow reported in Melbourne's Herald Sun on 16 August 2005 that two of Australia's fastest growing alcoholic beverage companies - family-owned Casella Wines and Cooper's Brewery - are each moving to install the quickest wine and beer bottling lines in the country. Casella's new $28 million line at its Yenda, Riverina, headquarters, - home of "wonder wine" Yellow Tail - will also be the fastest wine bottling line in the world.

Full throttle bottles

Full throttle bottles
Chris Snow reported in Melbourne's Herald Sun on 16 August 2005 that two of Australia's fastest growing alcoholic beverage companies - family-owned Casella Wines and Cooper's Brewery - are each moving to install the quickest wine and beer bottling lines in the country. Casella's new $28 million line at its Yenda, Riverina, headquarters, - home of "wonder wine" Yellow Tail - will also be the fastest wine bottling line in the world.

Rescue plan for icon label
Geoff Easdown reported in Adelaide’s The Advertiser on 13 August 2005 that Foster’s Wine Estates says a turnaround of its ailing Rosemount brand could take "a couple of years" but the company was committed to revitalising the flagship brand. Only two years ago, the Rosemount brand boasted almost a five per cent share of the Australian wine market. It has slipped to under three per cent with Southcorp forced to write down $240 million of its value in 2003.

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