The man behind Treasury Wine Estates has called the company’s US venture a “nightmare from day one” urging whoever takes it over to sell it.
With offers for Treasury Wine Estates now coming thick and fast, Ron Emler looks at the reasons behind the recent flurry, and wonders what the players could have in store.
Australian winemakers should “prepare themselves” to be affected by Russian trade embargoes, according to the country’s Wine and Grape Authority.
Australia’s Treasury Wine Estates has received a second multi-billion-dollar offer, sparking a bidding war for ownership of the troubled wine company.
The chief winemaker of Jacob’s Creek on looking like Harrison Ford, being a chocoholic and drinking Riesling with Sir David Attenborough.
Australia’s First Families of Wine has joined forces to protect producers from a tax hike it claims would jeopardise the country’s ability to compete globally.
Winemakers are a hardy bunch having faced some undoubtedly challenging situations in recent history, as this list shows.
US firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (KKR) has raised its takeover bid offer for Treasury Wine Estates by 10%.
The chief winemaker at Yalumba in the Barossa Valley on her love of Jane Austen, admiration for Obama and saving her dogs in a fire.
An Australian vineyard is being pursued by the National Association for Sustainable Agriculture after it falsely claimed to be an organic producer.
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