Wine industry surging after ‘enormous’ demand from China

Wine industry surging after ‘enormous’ demand from China

Australia’s wine industry is growing on the back of surging exports to a Chinese market that is increasingly seeking a top quality drop, wine critic James Halliday says. Australian wine exports have grown to $2.1 billion per year, and the average price paid for wine grapes has grown by 14 per cent to $526 per tonne — the highest level since 2009.

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