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Vineyards fret over tax reforms amid earliest vintage in living memory
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Wine makers in the Canberra district have experienced the earliest vintage in living memory with bountiful fruit, although many are concerned by a potentially devastating tax reform. Last week, a senate inquiry recommended the wine equalisation tax rebate – worth up to $500,000 – be phased out over five years and replaced by a grant scheme available to smaller vineyards.