Turning the corner after decade of hardship

Riverland growers should enjoy some much-needed relief this season thanks to small increases in the price of both red and white wine grapes. Heightened demand for Australian grapes due to a range of domestic and international factors has seen prices improve by 17 per cent for red grapes and 7 per cent for white grapes. It comes after years of hardship for growers who have struggled to stay afloat amid oversupply and poor grape prices.

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