All signs point to a good harvest … for now

All signs point to a good harvest … for now

The prospect of a good harvest was enough to entice Bill Crowe out the door and into the gale blowing through the Four Winds Vineyard yesterday. The 20ha vineyard at Murrumbateman took a battering last year when wet weather destroyed 30 per cent of the vintage for the region’s wine growers. Despite recent conditions, ranging from 35-degree heat to a mid-summer frost, Mr Crowe said his second year on the job was shaping up to be a success, reports The Canberra Times.

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