Tasmanian wine sector worth more than $115M annually

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A new report has found the Tasmanian wine sector conservatively contributes more than $115M annually to the Tasmanian economy, placing it in the state’s top ten sectors.
 
Commissioned by Wine Tasmania, respected University of Queensland’s Economics Professor John Mangan analysed the wine sector’s contribution across agriculture (vineyards), manufacturing (wineries) and tourism (cellar doors and wine tourism expenditure by inbound visitors).
 
View the media release and infographic of key findings here.