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Is Australia’s Wine Produktion Partially Unprofitable?

AUSTRALIEN (Adelaide) – An analysis of the Australian “Vintners’ Federation of Australia” (WFA) wine association yields a result which for insiders is not surprising: Parts of the domestic wine regions are almost totally unprofitable. Among them, there are the Hunter Valley (north of Sydney) along the Hunter river, the Riverland District (north of Adelaide), and the Swan Valley along both sides of the Swan River (north-east of Perth, West Australia). The difference between the wine production in these areas compared and wine growing regions was remarkably high – over 90 percent of the productions there were unprofitable.

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