New Chinese wine tariffs a huge blow after a tough year including drought, bushfires and COVID-19

Sage Swinton
By Sage Swinton
Updated April 14 2021 - 1:16pm, first published November 27 2020 - 7:00am
MARKET: Tyrrell's Wines boss Bruce Tyrrell said significant new tariffs on Australian wine imported to China were a tough pill to swallow after drought, fires and COVID-19.

After bushfires, drought and COVID-19, Australian wine producers have been dealt another blow with China set to impose significant anti-dumping duties on Australian wine from Saturday.


Sage Swinton

Sage Swinton


Sage Swinton is a news reporter who was born and bred in the Hunter, where she has worked as a journalist for the past seven years. She's been with the Newcastle Herald since June 2020, and covers Newcastle council as well as other general news.