A large family-run wine company, based in the state of South Australia. Some but not all of their labels are marked as Angove's wine. On those that are, a big deal is made about the fact that the company has been owned by the family for 5 generations, as if in a free market one should pay more respect to the values of greed and nepotism than the values represented by rapacious uncaring multinationals accountable to shareholders, rather than simply going for the best piss you'll get for your money.

Angove's also manufacture Stone's Green Ginger Wine, but are smart enough to keep their family name away from it.
Perhaps in tribute to the effects of drinking too much booze with sulphur dioxide in it, the Angove's poster in many bottle shops earns an H at the front of the word.

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