When a family company is no longer owned by the family

We often hear how the wine industry is not well suited to the rigours required of public companies.  A lack of long term vision, commitment and strategy, combined with the ruthless and merciless obligation to declare dividends, means an agricultural pursuit like wine will never be a good fit.

So what becomes of a successful well known family wine brand, when the family cease to control the entity?  Can it survive?

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