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Cape Town - Stock levels of SA wine will likely be the lowest in five years by the end of 2017, according to Francois Viljoen, manager of the viticulture consultation division at VinPro.

This is due to a smaller harvest and an increase in local demand. The harvest period started last week and a lot can still happen in the next eight to ten weeks until it has been completed.

VinPro represents 3 500 SA wine producers, cellars and industry stakeholders.

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