Montana Wines has been rechristened Allied Domecq Wines NZ Ltd., after the London-based company that, in 2001, purchased New Zealand's largest wine producer. Montana, which is named after a vineyard, decided its current name no longer suited its expanded portfolio of brands, which includes Brancott, Corbans, Huntaway, Longridge and Stoneleigh as well as Montana.
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