Wine makers in the Czech Republic are expecting one of the worst harvests a decade. According to estimates, the grape harvest will be half of the average for the last ten years, and the association of Czech wine growers says that the prices of Moravian wines in particular will rise by about 10% in the next year as the shortage will be supplemented by grape imports. On the other hand the association does expect better quality wine this year in spite of the fact that sugar content was initially low. Only a fourth of the harvest has been completed thus far and later varieties contain more sugar.
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