FRANCE: Harvest shortfall may ease oversupply pressure

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 10 October 2001

A smaller than expected harvest should help with France's wine oversupply problem, according to Onivins, the French national wine profession association. Reports yesterday in Le Figaro said that due to the amount of rain this autumn, this year's harvest will be no more than 56.3m hl compared to 59.7m hl of wine last year.

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A smaller than expected harvest should help with France's wine oversupply problem, according to Onivins, the French national wine profession association. Reports yesterday in Le Figaro said that due to the amount of rain this autumn, this year's harvest will be no more than 56.3m hl compared to 59.7m hl of wine last year.

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