The world is drinking less wine, and decades-old vines are being torn up | ABC News

You might think Australia’s wine industry is back on track after resuming trade with China.
But it’s estimated there are 500 million litres of red wine sitting in tanks around the country.
Changing drinking tastes aren’t helping to empty them and Australian grape growers are struggling.
Ahead of this week’s budget, they’re calling on the federal government to help fund growers to get out or get into another crop.
National rural reporter Kath Sullivan has the story.

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