The Chilean group CCU has doubled its commitment to Argentine wine. Maintenance
controls more than 20% of the local beer business with Heineken, Schneider and Imperial brands, but only close the deal with Pernod Ricard Argentina to keep the brands Graffigna, Colon and Santa Silvia.
The operation does not involve Pernod's total output from the Argentine wine business, as multinationals have confirmed that they will retain the operations they have in Salta and Mendoza.
This is the second major operation registered on the wine market, because a few weeks ago was announced the sale of 30% of the Mendoza winery
Luigi Boska to the investment fund L Cattterton Until then, the CCU had reduced participation in the wine market, which was limited to the Finca La Celia and Tamarí wineries. However, in Chile, it is one of the main players in the wine business, through Vanja San Pedro and Vanja Tarapaka.
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