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Australia's new National Wine Centre has become the site of Australia's first public protest at the low prices for grapes in Australia's wine industry. Grape growers, who were met with political indifference, from vineyards along the river Murray in South Australia gathered outside the Centre in the state capital, Adelaide, to give away boxes of grapes they said would either rot on the vine or be harvested and left to rot.


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