China greatest opportunity in Australian wine’s 180 year history

Colin Bettles
By Colin Bettles
Updated May 3 2018 - 5:24am, first published 5:00am
Former SA Liberal Senator Sean Edwards and Seppeltsfield proprietor and managing director Warren Randall.

TWO of the nation’s leading wine-makers have cautioned Australian wine consumers about an upward spike in domestic prices that could last a decade and a half due to an unprecedented export boom driven by the rapidly expanding Chinese market.

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Colin Bettles

Colin Bettles

Canberra Bureau Chief

Has been the Canberra Bureau Chief for Fairfax Agricultural Media since 2010 - survived the hung parliament - former media manager at Western Australian Cricket Association now covering national agricultural and rural issues in federal politics.

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