AUS: Oz wine sector upbeat despite drought and frost

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 10 November 2006

The Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation has said that despite the individual pain felt by many winemakers in the country, the Australian wine sector is coping with the drought and frost that has hit this year's vintage. However, he also admitted that it was hard to put a number on the exact damage done by the difficult growing conditions.

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The Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation has said that despite the individual pain felt by many winemakers in the country, the Australian wine sector is coping with the drought and frost that has hit this year's vintage. However, he also admitted that it was hard to put a number on the exact damage done by the difficult growing conditions.

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