Wine grapes likely to go unpicked
Wine grape growers are likely to be leaving some vines unpicked this Summer after China introduced tariffs of up to 212 percent.
The duty is going to have a dramatic effect on the $1.2 billion market, with only high end wine now likely to be sent to China.
Rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with Australian Grape and Wine Chief Executive Tony Battaglene
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