NEW ZEALAND: Harvest shortfall but export hopes remain high

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 27 June 2001

New Zealand's 2001 grape harvest will support continued export growth in the year ahead according to the Wine Institute despite a smaller than expected vintage. Following its Annual Vintage Survey, the Institute estimates winemakers harvested 71,000 tonnes of grapes in 2001, down 9,100 tonnes on the previous year. The reduced crop comes despite a significant increase in the producing vineyard area in the past year.

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New Zealand's 2001 grape harvest will support continued export growth in the year ahead according to the Wine Institute despite a smaller than expected vintage. Following its Annual Vintage Survey, the Institute estimates winemakers harvested 71,000 tonnes of grapes in 2001, down 9,100 tonnes on the previous year. The reduced crop comes despite a significant increase in the producing vineyard area in the past year.

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