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Treasury Wine Estates

The origin of the Australian and now one of the world's largest wine-growing counties is the foundation of some historically important wineries. That was mostly Lindeman's 1843 and Penfolds 1844 in Australia, as well Beringer 1876 ​​in Napa Valley, California (see each one there). For the younger time, the German -born oenologist must Wolfgang Blass (* 1934). This migrated in 1961 in the Australian Barossa Valley and started in 1966 with the Wolf Blass Winery independent. As a result, he built an empire. In 1986 he acquired 50% of the Australian Bottling Company including sparkling wine production. By association with the group Mildara in the area Coonawarra The company was founded in 1991 Mildara pale with a good dozen Australian wineries or wineries.

In 1996, this company was owned by the Australian beer brewery giant Foster's in 2000, the Californian group Beringer Vineyards bought. With that came many California wineries. From this the group Beringer Blass Wine Estates was born in 2001, the 2005 by the purchase of the Multis South Corp renamed Foster's Wine Estates . After bad business results, it came in 2008 to the resignation of Foster's CEO Trevor O'Hoy. In 2010, the shareholders decided to separate the beer and wine business. The separation of the wine division was realized in May 2011 with the founding of the independent, listed company Treasury Wine Estates . The CEO is David Dearie, there are head offices in Southbank-Melbourne / Victoria (Australia) and Napa / California (USA). The business is divided into four world regions. Over 12,000 hectares of vineyards are managed worldwide, producing 35 million boxes of wine every year. Over 4,000 employees in 12 countries generated sales of 2 billion AUS $ in the 2011/2012 financial year.

Treasury Wine Estates manages over 50 wineries or wineries worldwide. That's in Australia Abel's Tempest, Angel Cove, Annie's Lane, Baileys of Glenrowan, Coldstream Hills Devil's Lair, Fifth Leg, Great Western, Heemskerk, Ingoldby, Jamie's Run, Killawarra, Leo Buring, Lindeman's, Maglieri, Metala, Mildara. Penfolds, Pepperjack, Robertson's Well, Rosemount Estate. Rothbury Estate, Rouge Homme, Saltram, Seaview, Secret Stone, Seppelt, Squealing Pig, St Hubert, T'Gallant, Tollana, Valley of the Giants, Wolf pale. Wynn's Coonawarra Estate, Yarra Ridge and Yellowglen; in New ZealandMatua Valley; in CaliforniaBeringer Vineyards, Cellar no. 8, Château St. Jean, Emma Pearl, Etude, Greg Norman Estates, Meridian, Santa Barbara Collection, Sbragia Family Vineyard, Sledgehammer, Souverain, Stags' Leap Winery and St. Clement; in Argentina Colores del Sol and Tierra Secreta; as in Europe Castello di Gabbiano (Tuscany) and Maison de Grand Esprit (Burgundy). The company philosophy ensures the individuality of each company. See also below globalization and largest wine companies in the world,

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