Oversupply cast shadow over Australia’s future

By David Robertson | 29 April 2002

The much debated oversupply in the Australian wine industry is now a reality and growers are already feeling the financial burden. As David Robertson reports the squeeze is unlikely to stop there, as winemakers big and small look more vulnerable than at any point in recent history.

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The much debated oversupply in the Australian wine industry is now a reality and growers are already feeling the financial burden. As David Robertson reports the squeeze is unlikely to stop there, as winemakers big and small look more vulnerable than at any point in recent history.

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