Not easy for the little Aussie bottler

Not easy for the little Aussie bottler

Tony D’Aloisio’s link to the wine industry springs from his childhood in the Yarra Valley and, after decades as a lawyer, corporate regulator and stockmarket boss, he has returned to the industry that first shaped his life. ”Our connection with farmers and agriculture in the valley goes back to the 1960s and 1970s.” That connection included eventually buying his own winery, Oakridge Wines, which he and his wife own. Taking on the role of president of the Winemakers Federation of Australia from April 1, D’Aloisio finds himself in the midst of a quickly changing industry, reports Business Day.

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