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South Australian winegrape crush report released
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(Appeared in the South Australia Wine Industry Association Newsletter, November 19 edition)
The total crush of South Australian winegrapes in 2009 was 730,904 tonnes, down 11% from the prior year, according to the 2009 South Australian Winegrape Crush Survey Report.
The total estimated purchase value of the crush was $487 million, with the average purchase value across the state down from $936 per tonne in 2008 to $667 per tonne in 2009.
The full report, state summary and regional reports are available to view and download at http://www.phylloxera.com.au/statistics/utilisation/2009/
The survey is produced annually by the Phylloxera and Grape Industry Board, and jointly funded by the South Australian Wine Industry Association, Wine Grape Council of South Australia and the Department of Primary Industries and Resources South Australia.