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Vineyard values slashed by low grape prices

The oversupply of wine caused by two massive harvests is starting to hit winemakers' bottom line, with the two country's listed wine companies both slashing the value of their vineyards.
The first sign of the economic impact from the two record harvests

Robert Smith
Mon, 08 Mar 2010

The oversupply of wine caused by two massive harvests is starting to hit winemakers’ bottom line, with the two country's listed wine companies both slashing the value of their vineyards.

The first sign of the economic impact from the two record harvests recorded in 2008 and 2009 was seen last

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Robert Smith
Mon, 08 Mar 2010
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