AUS: Global glut hurting Oz wine prices, says study

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 25 October 2006

The global over-supply of wine, not just in Australia, has been blamed for the low price of wine in the Australian market, according to a government report published today (25 October).

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The global over-supply of wine, not just in Australia, has been blamed for the low price of wine in the Australian market, according to a government report published today (25 October).

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