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Wet growing season for wine grapes brings plentiful fruit but there’s no one to pick it

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It has been a year since Shoalhaven winery owner Joseph Felice watched one of the most promising years of grapes get hit with weeks of bushfire smoke, followed by a plague of birds escaping fire.

He lost 40 per cent of his crop at Crooked River Estate on the New South wales south coast, mostly from birds discovering…



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