Murray Darling sets new vine removal record

Rowley, Mark
July 2009
Australian & New Zealand Wine Industry Journal;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p62
Trade Publication
The article highlights the grapegrowing in Murray Darling area, popularly known as Sunraysia, New South Wales. It mentions that the place has a long history of grapegrowing dating back to 1895. It notes that in 2007 to 2008, grape production in the area totalled about 400,000 tons, and 80% of these were winegrapes, 11% were drying grapes and 6% were tablegrapes.


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