Grapegrowers look to lift profits

Grapegrowers look to lift profits

Winegrape growers in South Australia’s Riverland are hopeful of higher profits this season, as the first growers start harvest. Last year, the region’s growers experienced the lowest average prices in more than two decades and wet weather saw thousands of tonnes of grapes rejected by wineries because of disease. Loxton grower Brett Proud says prices have risen slightly this year and the weather has been more favourable, reports ABC News.

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