Grape crop down but hopes high for top quality wines (NZ)

Grape crop down but hopes high for top quality wines (NZ)

Waitaki winemakers will have a later than usual harvest this year after enduring a cold wet summer. From late January in the Waitaki, it turned into a cold summer, making it a very difficult season for wine growers within the region, Waitaki Valley Wine Growers Association chairman Jim Jerram said. Winemakers are hoping for plenty of sunshine between now and harvest to allow the fruit to reach its full potential, reports the Central South Island Farmer.

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