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News posted on Wednesday, 18 January 2006

Grape glut hits the Hills
Cliff Hurburgh reported in The Courier on 18 January 2006 that Adelaide Hills grapegrowers are facing a dramatic drop in prices from $1200 a tonne to $400 for some varieties while others simply have nowhere to sell any of their fruit as wineries reduce their intake.

Australian wine will get cheaper
Inexpensive low- to mid-range Australian wines are set to get cheaper, according to an Australian wine trade association reported decanter.com on 17 January 2006.

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