Blossom Hill wine alcohol use Billie Shepherd


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To celebrate International Day of Friendship on July 30th, I’ve teamed up with @BlossomHill to enjoy a little drink in the sunshine with my bestie and reminisce on all the amazing, hilarious memories we have made together over the last 20 years! 😆 🎉 🥰
Throughout July, @BlossomHill are hosting an amazing competition where 50 winners will be drawn each week to receive a selection of goodies and at the end of the month, one lucky winner will also be selected to win the Ultimate Unfiltered Friendships Experience! 🍷
You can enter the competition by sharing your #UnfilteredFriendships moments on Instagram, tagging @BlossomHill and using the hashtags #UnfilteredFriendships and #TogetherLetsBlossom, then tag a friend to encourage them to do the same! #DrinkAware #ad6d

Blossom Hill 11% alcohol use Luisa Collins, Anna Williamson


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To celebrate International Day of Friendship we have teamed up with @blossomhill and will be sharing all of our #unfilteredfriendships moments… on our Big Night In next Wednesday the 28th July @ 8pm. Who’s joining us?

Don’t forget to enter the competition and share YOUR unfiltered friendships on Instagram. And to be in with a chance of winning some fab goodies make sure you tag @blossomhill AND your friend in your post, story or reel.

Head to https://www.everythingluanna.com/thebignightin to get your tickets for next week 🎟 🎫 go go go!! 😃

#ad #drinkaware

Blossom Hill 11% alcohol use Luisa Collins, Anna Williamson


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AD This one 😆🙌♥️ my podcast partner in crime, the work wife, and my treasured unfiltered fabulous friend! 🤙 there literally is nothing we can’t say to eachother 🥰

We are so chuffed to have teamed up with @blossomhill to celebrate International Day of Friendship AND we’re going one step further, as you’re all our friends, by bringing you a special Big Night In on 28th July 🥳 ticket deets coming soon so keep an eye out 👀

Share you and your friends’ best unfiltered moments on ‘the gram’, not forgetting to tag your friend and @blossomhill using #unfilteredfriendships & #togetherletsblossom to be in with a chance to win prizes all through July 😃

And there’s loads up for grabs! Instant cameras, cans of Blossom Hill Gin Fizz & bottles of Blossom Hill White Zinfandel wine 👌

At the end of July one lucky winner will also win the ultimate post-lockdown friendship prize 🤩

Can’t wait to hear what you and your mates are getting up to!

Swipe for more details on how to enter…

#ad #drinkaware @annawilliamsonofficial2d

SuperValu sell 19 Crimes, owned by Treasury Wines, currently being sued by its own shareholders for misleading information.

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As recommended by Kevin O’Callaghan on Wine in our Instagram Live Cook-Along our wine of the month is a beautiful red called 19 CRIMES🍷which pairs perfectly with steak.

To add some fun and intrigue to our tasting experience, 19 Crimes has developed an interactive app which animates three of the 19 Crimes convicts infamous true stories. Try the app out for yourself and see what story is hidden in your bottle.

Over 18’s only. Always drink responsibly. Offer details available in-store & online.

Blossom Hill 11% alcohol use Luisa Collins, Anna Williamson


luisazissman
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AD This one 😆🙌♥️ my podcast partner in crime, the work wife, and my treasured unfiltered fabulous friend! 🤙 there literally is nothing we can’t say to eachother 🥰

We are so chuffed to have teamed up with @blossomhill to celebrate International Day of Friendship AND we’re going one step further, as you’re all our friends, by bringing you a special Big Night In on 28th July 🥳 ticket deets coming soon so keep an eye out 👀

Share you and your friends’ best unfiltered moments on ‘the gram’, not forgetting to tag your friend and @blossomhill using #unfilteredfriendships & #togetherletsblossom to be in with a chance to win prizes all through July 😃

And there’s loads up for grabs! Instant cameras, cans of Blossom Hill Gin Fizz & bottles of Blossom Hill White Zinfandel wine 👌

At the end of July one lucky winner will also win the ultimate post-lockdown friendship prize 🤩

Can’t wait to hear what you and your mates are getting up to!

Swipe for more details on how to enter…

#ad #drinkaware @annawilliamsonofficial2d

19 Crimes is a leading brand in the Treasury Wines portfolio. Treasury Wines is currently being sued by its own shareholders for misleading information regarding the financial well being of the company.

supervalu 19 crimes

As recommended by Kevin O’Callaghan on Wine in our Instagram Live Cook-Along our wine of the month is a beautiful red called 19 CRIMES🍷which pairs perfectly with steak.

To add some fun and intrigue to our tasting experience, 19 Crimes has developed an interactive app which animates three of the 19 Crimes convicts infamous true stories. Try the app out for yourself and see what story is hidden in your bottle.

Over 18’s only. Always drink responsibly. Offer details available in-store & online.

SuperValu selling 19 Crimes, owned by Treasury Wines, currently being sued by its own shareholders for misleading information.

supervalu 19 crimes

As recommended by Kevin O’Callaghan on Wine in our Instagram Live Cook-Along our wine of the month is a beautiful red called 19 CRIMES🍷which pairs perfectly with steak.

To add some fun and intrigue to our tasting experience, 19 Crimes has developed an interactive app which animates three of the 19 Crimes convicts infamous true stories. Try the app out for yourself and see what story is hidden in your bottle.

Over 18’s only. Always drink responsibly. Offer details available in-store & online.

Australia’s biggest wine company, Treasury Wine Estates, is being sued by its own shareholders for the third time in three years.

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After making an A$49 million (£25 million) payout in 2017 over its corporate conduct, the company has been served with two class actions in the past month. They both claim that Treasury’s management misled them over the true state of the business for 18 months, causing them unwarranted losses.

In January Treasury cut its forecast growth in earnings for 2019-20 from an earlier estimate of between 15% and 20% to between 5% and 10%. The update, released after the market had closed for the day, shocked investors. When it opened the next morning Treasury’s shares lost a quarter of their value.
The company said it had lowered its forecasts because of its weak performance in the US, where it had been hit by a wine surplus, challenging conditions and unexpected management changes.

The aggrieved shareholders claim that Treasury had problems in the Americas well before an earlier growth forecast was issued in the middle of February 2019. A similar action was begun by another group of shareholders in early April.

When lodging the claim on Friday in the Victoria court, Miranda Nagy, the lawyer representing the latest shareholders group said: “From at least June 30, 2018 to January 28, 2020, Treasury’s US performance was in decline, with diminishing sales, a weak US brand portfolio overall and slowing growth of its key brand 19 Crimes, added to which were unsustainable levels of inventory held by its distributors.

“Treasury failed to disclose these problems. It also did not correct many representations from earlier years that it had ‘reset’ the US business in financial year 2015,” she said.

The lead plaintiff in the latest action, investor Steven Napier, said: “Investors are entitled to be informed about the health of the companies they are investing in. Treasury has betrayed those of us who in good faith put our money into the company. We deserve transparency and proper information to inform our decision making,”

The company said: “Treasury Wine Estates has strong corporate governance practices and procedures in place that were used in our market update. TWE will vigorously defend any action.”

Earlier this year Treasury said it was looking into a demerger of its iconic Penfolds brand by the end of 2021, following a wide-ranging review.
“We consider all options and have looked at all different options,” chief executive Michael Clarke said. “What we’re putting forward is strategically what the board thus far has approved for us to look at, to work on and to execute.”

Clarke is leaving the company in the summer and his successor may face the thorny problem of the class actions remaining unresolved as plans for the demerger are drawn up.

Since the profits downgrade in January the company’s trading will have been hit further by the Corona virus pandemic, especially as China is now its main export market.

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