The last of this year’s wine grapes are being harvested this weekend and given the poor prices they’re fetching it’s a bitter-sweet end to the season for many growers. Long-term though, the outlook is apparently still pretty good for the Australian wine industry according to Professor Kym Anderson who is part of a team at the Wine Economics Research Centre of the University of Adelaide looking well beyond the latest downturn to what the business might look like in 20 years.

Watch the ABC Landline Grapes of Wrath video.

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