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GRAPE CONTRACTS TURN SOUR, HEAD FOR SUPREME COURT
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NBR, February 13 2014

A battle over grape contacts involving one of New Zealand's oldest wine-making families is heading to the supreme court today. The dispute began in 2010 when a Marlborough vineyard owner tried to terminate a pair of contracts with companies owned by the Vegar family. 

Wellington partner Martin Dalgleish comments on why legal professionals are keeping an eye on the case. 

Click to read Grape contracts turn sour, head for Supreme Court

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