Harvest Report 2006 - Germany and Austria

By Ben Cooper | 18 December 2006

The 2006 German wine harvest was smaller than had been forecast because of heavy autumnal rain, writes Ben Cooper, but on a par with the average for the past five years, while the 2006 Austrian wines are said to be well balanced with excellent ageing potential.

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The 2006 German wine harvest was smaller than had been forecast because of heavy autumnal rain, writes Ben Cooper, but on a par with the average for the past five years, while the 2006 Austrian wines are said to be well balanced with excellent ageing potential.

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