Vinakoper's Harvest Halved Due to Adverse Weather Conditions
Koper, 30 August - Slovenia's biggest vineyard owner Vinakoper and cooperatives plan to harvest between 3,000 and 3,200 tonnes of grapes in 2012, which is 40% to 60% less than last year, Vinakoper chairman Nevijo Pucer told the press on Thursday, explaining that the poor harvest was caused by adverse weather conditions in the Primorsko region.
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