France Starts Harvest Amid Anxiety Over Large Crop

Per-Henrik Mansson
Issue: November 15, 2004

France's 2004 harvest got underway in September under a cloud of worries that the large crop could deepen the country's current wine oversupply crisis. Trade associations warned vintners this summer that they would produce too much wine for their own good unless they severely thinned their vineyards.

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