SOUTH AFRICA: Harvest up despite mildew

By Arnold Kirkby | 29 January 2002

This year's South African wine crop is expected to be 9.2% bigger than last year, but still smaller than the average for the past five years. It is estimated that the Industry will produce 1,6066,641 tons of grapes, amounting to 811.7m litres of wine and averaging about 761 litres per ton.

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This year's South African wine crop is expected to be 9.2% bigger than last year, but still smaller than the average for the past five years. It is estimated that the Industry will produce 1,6066,641 tons of grapes, amounting to 811.7m litres of wine and averaging about 761 litres per ton.

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