The topic and content are my own and that of the producer.
Taped about 5 years ago as a reaction to the then growing surplus it takes a broad look at the industry and its need to readjust and reposition itself in a changing world market and where the parameters of competitiveness have been eroded by price competition and the commercialisation of the wine category into its original commodity status. This has been compounded by the inability of the wine industry to adequately market the unique attributes of wine as an accessory to hedonic behaviours.
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