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Grapegrower and Winemaker Issue 641, 2017
Title: Dry-grown vineyards Dual benefits: Sustainability and premium quality
Keywords: irrigation, vineyard, location, rainfall, produce, viable, crop, grapevine, wineries, watering, Duncan, Harris, Swan, Valley, Western, Australia, label, Organic, Wine, moisture, challenging, results, intense, flavour, sugar, level, preserve, resources, clean, water, future, generation, sustainability, salt, dry, region, sandy, soil, grown, vine, hardship, drought, brandy, changing, weather, climate, savings, winter, spring, summer, Justin, Purser, Best's, Great, winemaker, Grampians, region, Victoria, El Nino, La Nina, data, rain, normal, patterns, warm, season, premium, quality, grape, benefit, roots, balance, irrigate, nutrients, David, Botting, Viticulturist, Burch, Family, Lenswood, South, development, canopies, growing, demand, capacity, evenness, ripening, matter, mulch, compost, planting, feed, consistency, complexity, Baume, top, product, Shiraz, Pinot, Meunier, Dolcetto, Houghton, Cabernet, range, maintenance, clay, gravel, Wilyabrup, artificial, fertiliser, drip, feed, volume, yield, certified, canopy, management, winegrowers
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