Grapegrowers in New Zealand’s Gisborne region are facing uncertain times after the country’s largest wine producer, Pernod-Ricard, announced it will significantly cut back the amount of grapes it buys from the region next year. Gisborne growers fear they are bearing the brunt of New Zealand’s nationwide surplus.
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