James Agnew, Australian wine maker
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Working Lives Sydney: Wine maker

James Agnew, 42, decided in 2007 to leave his lucrative law job and build a family business which he hopes he can pass on to the next generation.

He went into wine-making with his father and together they have created a thriving business, with three separate wine labels, producing 750,000 bottles a year.

After he stopped practising law in Sydney, James got a Masters of Wine Business degree and says he hasn't looked back.

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  • 07 Nov 2014
  • From the section Asia
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