AUS: Australia's grape growers in the red as oversupply lingers - survey

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 18 March 2011

Only a third of wine grape growers across South Australia are thought to have turned a profit in 2010, according to an industry survey, amid warnings of slow progress to reduce the country's grape glut.

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Only a third of wine grape growers across South Australia are thought to have turned a profit in 2010, according to an industry survey, amid warnings of slow progress to reduce the country's grape glut.

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