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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow Bob View Post
    Terra Vitae announces 2023 harvest result

    The Board of Terra Vitae are pleased to advise that a harvest of 5219 tonnes was achieved for the 2023 vintage. This is the second highest harvest in the company’s history, in what has been a very challenging season for our vineyard teams in both regions. The flooding in the Hawke’s Bay region hit many vineyards hard, however both our Keltern and Twyford Gravels vineyards escaped damage. Our viticulture team, through their good management and dedication, managed the high disease pressure well and achieved a total crop higher than in 2022. The 2023 harvest from the Middlemiss vineyard continued to exceed budget with a yield of 540 tonnes. The high harvest tonnage, together with an uplift in some grape prices for 2023, will have a material positive effect on the final profit result for the year ending June 30.
    That is great to see. Our viti- and horticulture industries sure are having a tough year so good to see some of them doing well.

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    Wonder what (if any) knock-on effect this has for the grape growers. Poisonous cr*p leaching away in the groundwater doesn’t seem like a good omen. . .

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/300...e-growing-area
    Last edited by GTM 3442; 12-06-2023 at 07:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTM 3442 View Post
    Wonder what (if any) knock-on effect this has for the grape growers. Poisonous cr*p leaching away in the groundwater doesn’t seem like a good omen. . .

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/300...e-growing-area
    Yeh no impact. What he’s replacing the gravel with would be a better growing medium!

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    It was this sentence that took my attention:

    "Some of this backfill material was later shown to have higher than permitted levels of lead, arsenic and zinc."

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    Hey team, just a heads up that a large wine company in marl has come out early with their grower pricing for the coming vintage. It’s a massive $500/tonne less than last year. Anticipating a large decrease across the industry for growers inc these guys…

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    Yields in Marlborough are looking terrible… hoping not as bad as vintage 2021…

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky-bobby View Post
    Yields in Marlborough are looking terrible… hoping not as bad as vintage 2021…
    Hi Ricky , Just wanted to clarify when you are talking about yields that is tonnes per hectare ?
    If so will the pricing be rerated ? Referring to your previous post .......

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    Quote Originally Posted by stoploss View Post
    Hi Ricky , Just wanted to clarify when you are talking about yields that is tonnes per hectare ?
    If so will the pricing be rerated ? Referring to your previous post .......
    Hey mate, yes talking tonnes per hectare. Some saying as much as 40% down compared to long term. No unfortunately no re-pricing as there is still a large wine glut. Long term this will def help balance things out tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky-bobby View Post
    Yields in Marlborough are looking terrible… hoping not as bad as vintage 2021…
    See Stuff article on 2024 Marlborough grape crop:

    Smaller crop and shorter Marlborough vintage predicted | Stuff
    Last edited by Southern Lad; 08-02-2024 at 01:18 PM.

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    There is a good summary on pages 14 and 15 of the February edition of Winepress Magazine on the expected 2024 Marlborough grape harvest and wine market supply dynamics:

    https://issuu.com/winepressmagazine/...ess_-_feb_2024

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