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Relief for winemakers as harvest up 40% on poor 2021 vintage

Domestic wine sales are at the lowest point since 2004.

Vineyards harvested 532,000 tonnes of grapes this year.

Andrew Bevin Fri, 17 Jun 2022

New Zealand’s wine industry has lifted its annual grape harvest by more than 43% on 2021’s poor crop caused by cold weather and late frosts.

The 2022 harvest produced 532,000 tonnes of grapes, with every winegrowing region showing a significant improvement on the 370,000 tonnes harvested last

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Andrew Bevin Fri, 17 Jun 2022
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