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    A Tasmanian vineyard harvesting the last of its vintage is hoping to sell its grapes and wines locally after the trade dispute with China decimated its usual market for bottled wine.

    Twelve months ago, China locked in tariffs of up to 200 per cent on Australian wine.

    The market collapse is forcing the vineyard to look at other international markets like Singapore and Indonesia.

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