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SOUTH AFRICA: South African harvest report: 2001 promising as red wine availability up

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The amount of red wine in South Africa is set to increase when 10.4% more vines bearing red varietals come into production during the upcoming harvest, while white wine is set to drop by 2%. Winemakers are optimistic that the 2001 harvest will be exceptional if the weather remains cool. The harvest, which starts in January, is expected to yield about the same quantity of wine as last season.


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