Australia’s great grape glut is causing wine producers no end of pain. But in Western Australia there seems to be a variation emerging on that theme – the great grape shortage. Unseasonably wet and cold weather over the first half of summer is doing its wicked work in the vineyard by lowering grape yields in this part of the world, which could turn out to be the final setback that sends more of the financially less robust wineries to the wall.
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