Wine grape growers prices cut, as wineries take caution to impacts of Chinese tariffs
Prices for red wine grapes are down by up to 20 percent this vintage, as wineries take the side of caution from the impacts of the tariffs introduced by China.
This year’s harvest is underway in the Murray Valley, with an average sized crop forecast.
To find out more, rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with Murray Valley Wine Growers Executive Officer Paul Derrico.
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