SOUTH AFRICA: Cape harvest estimate shows further drop

By Arnold Kirkby | 7 March 2002

The estimated size of the 2002 Cape wine harvest, which is in full swing, has dropped by 30 million litres compared to the initial estimate in early December. This figure is expected to drop even further according to industry sources as the Cape experiences seesawing weather conditions and intermittent rain, including widespread showers in recent days.

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The estimated size of the 2002 Cape wine harvest, which is in full swing, has dropped by 30 million litres compared to the initial estimate in early December. This figure is expected to drop even further according to industry sources as the Cape experiences seesawing weather conditions and intermittent rain, including widespread showers in recent days.

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