AUSTRALIA: Grape output to increase 5% by 2007
Australian wine grape production is projected to increase by more than 5% to 1.93m tonnes over the two years to 2006-07, according to a report from the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, ABARE.
This is despite the fall off in new vineyard plantings and increased vine removals reported by just-drinks.
Dr Brian Fisjer, ABARE's executive director, said premium white production would rise by 10% to 724,000 tonnes.
Premium red production would grow more slowly because of the decline in new plantings, up 2.5% to 974,000 tonnes. The outlook for wine exports was also positive, Fisher said.
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