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July issue of Grapegrower & Winemaker is out now!

In the July issue of the Grapegrower & Winemaker we look at the over-supply which is once again the burning issue in Australian grapegrowing. Australia's largest grape variety by crush, Chardonnay, is at the forefront of debates about the swings in supply and demand and already predictions are for lower Chardonnay prices in 2009.

Also in this issue, we look at how Coonawarra growers have rebuilt yields after the devastating spring frosts of 2006; plus Greg Howell takes a look at salt levels in wine; Part II of Paul Bowyer's series on fining agents and in The Wine Exporter, don't miss our report of Riesling growth in the USA, plus Bianca Turner takes a look at sales opportunities in Hong Kong.

For even more value in the Australasian wine industry's best-value trade magazine, we launch the new-look R&D At Work, the newsletter of the Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation inside the July issue.

To take out a subscription to the Grapegrower & Winemaker, telephone +618 8292 0888 or visit www.winebiz.com.au

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