The business that once began with a few families over

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The business that once began with a few families over two decades ago had at present become a representation of the prestigious list of family owners in the wine industry such as: The Duboeuf Family of Beaujolais (Les Vins Georges Duboeuf) The Lurton Family of Bordeaux (Andre Lurton) The Barton Family of Bordeaux (Anthony Barton) The Sauvion Family of the Loire Valley (Sauvion & Fils) The Guigal Family of Rhône (J. Vidal Fleury) The Pozzi Family of Italy (Pozzi and La Francesca) The Osborne Family of Spain and Portugal (Osborne Ports, Bodegas Monteciilo and Solaz) The Cazes Family of Médoc (Jean Michel Cazes) The Span Family of Alsace (Pierre Sparr) The Casella Family of Australia (Carramar Estate and Yellow Tail) The Clam Family of Chile (Vina Carmen) The Vranken Family of France (Pommety and POP Champitg.ves) Source: 1 6
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tH71 79 5. . ti ,••• Major Wine Market, 2004 Anrocure-8 Major Wine Pr9ducing Countries 1 7 - „, %Z. 4ti• 1 0 ) 1 0 0 )3 :11 -1 :...0-11.11:!.1 Source: Global Agricultural Information Network reports, USDA, official markcting year for Franco, Italy, Spain, and Portugal is August/July beginning 2001/21)02, marketing year for Southern Hemisphere countries is January/December. Estimates for 2004/05 are not available for the United States, Argentina, and Chile. One hectoliter equals 26.42 U.S. gallons, or 11 cases. One case contains twelve 750 ml bottles. Source: wwwfas.usda.gov Annexure-9 Economy /Super value Popular Premium Super Premium Ultra Premium 1 ,uxutv \..---1P0'..' \ _ .0 r. - . NEL AIM A_ ..- ... . P I e 6%1 , C :ninnny_, Clicd. 4[27:: ii y F. - , _:.I Source: - Annexure-10 Wine Segments Price Under $3 $3 to $6.99 $7 to $13.99 $14 to $24.99 $25 and above kge per bottle Source:
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