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In response to export growth, New Zealand has been expanding its wine production capacity but with new vineyards now coming into production, the country has to ensure that demand keeps up with supply. Olly Wehring reviews a recent report from the New Zealand Winegrowers Association which sets out how the industry plans to go forward.


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