NZ: New Zealand Winegrowers limits harvest to curb surplus

By Chris Mercer | 5 October 2009

New Zealand Winegrowers has for the first time set a limit on the amount of wine grapes to be harvested, as the trade body attempts to prevent oversupply from cheapening the country's wines on international markets.

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New Zealand Winegrowers has for the first time set a limit on the amount of wine grapes to be harvested, as the trade body attempts to prevent oversupply from cheapening the country's wines on international markets.

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