Queensland wine shortage forecast after bad weather damages vineyards

Queensland wine shortage forecast after bad weather damages vineyards

Grapegrowers in southern Queensland have wrapped up a season blighted by bad weather which has damaged up to 90 per cent of some crops. Hail and storms ravaged many vineyards in the usually prosperous Granite Belt and Mount Tamborine regions in the state’s south, which is expected to lead to a shortage of Queensland wines in two years’ time. Angelo Puglisi, from Ballandean Estate Wines, said his crop on the Granite Belt was one of the worst affected.

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