Hopes high for late grape harvest (NZ)

Hopes high for late grape harvest (NZ)

This year’s national grape harvest is running two or three weeks later than usual but hopes are high that quality will not be compromised, reports the Bay of Plenty Times. Winegrowers’ chief executive Philip Gregan says that despite the harvest being two or three weeks behind there are signs that the grapes were of good quality. “The vintage is late in many parts of the country but that does not mean we’re not going to have a good one,” Gregan says. “It’s important not to confuse lateness with poor quality.”

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