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A preliminary vintage report released today by the Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation, suggests that Australian grape production is marginally up on the forecast prior to the season. "Production is estimated at 1.52 million tonnes which is 7% up on last year," the AWBC's manager, information and analysis, Lawrie Stanford said today.


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