Kaikoura eartquake triggered landslides, cracked roads and destroyed property and goods © PA
Kaikoura eartquake triggered landslides, cracked roads and destroyed property and goods © PA

Kaikoura earthquake destroys 20% of New Zealand’s wine stocks

12 December 2016

New Zealand’s wine industry has begun the tough task of rebuilding itself following the recent Kaikoura earthquake, which damaged thousands of tanks of wine.

Philip Gregan, CEO of New Zealand Winegrowers, said the organisation had completed a survey of the impact of the earthquake on members.

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