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New agreement to support current and future needs of grape and wine producers
Last updated 24 Jun 2022

Wine Australia and the Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) have entered into a four-year agreement that will maintain unique skills at the AWRI, support rapid response to industry emergencies and transition to new areas of future capability to support the Australian grape and wine sector. 

Wine Australia strengthens focus on sector’s sustainability
Last updated 17 Jun 2022

Wine Australia is strengthening its support of the Australian grape and wine community’s goals with the announcement of a multidisciplinary focus on sustainability, and environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG).

Unearth new Australian gems at London Wine Fair
Last updated 25 May 2022

Australian wineries will travel en-masse to the UK for the first time in more than two years to pour wines, tell stories and meet the trade at the London Wine Fair from 7-9 June 2022.

Challenging market conditions continue to impact Australian wine exports but value from diversification is starting to flow in some markets
Last updated 04 May 2022

Australian wine exports decreased by 26 per cent in value to $2.05 billion and 13 per cent in volume to 628 million litres in the year ended March 2022, according to Wine Australia’s latest Export Report released today. The year-on-year figures continue to reflect the impact of the imposition of high deposit tariffs on bottled Australian wine imported to mainland China in November 2020 and of the exceptionally tough market conditions globally.

Wine Australia welcomes new Marketing GM Paul Turale
Last updated 27 Apr 2022

Wine Australia has announced the appointment of its new General Manager Marketing Mr Paul Turale, commencing 30 May 2022.

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Keep alert for trunk disease as winter approaches
Last updated 31 May 2022

As winter pruning approaches, growers should be aware of the high risk of wound infection by trunk disease pathogens.

5G technology on the radar
Last updated 31 May 2022

5G technology is increasingly on the precision farming radar as growers seek to save time and money – and improve productivity.

More help to protect vineyards from pests and diseases
Last updated 31 May 2022

Australian vineyard managers, and those who supply or work on vineyards now have a new tool at their disposal to help resist the threats posed by pests and diseases with the release of the Viticulture Biosecurity Manual. 

Investing in the sector’s future – its people
Last updated 31 May 2022

It is widely recognised that wine businesses have been finding it difficult to attract and retain people, from the vineyard through to hospitality and cellar door operations. This is not just a recent consequence of COVID-19 – it has been happening for some time. 

Wine Australia invests in programs to help our leaders to develop the skills to drive our community forward and to promote career pathways to enter the grape and wine sector. Our investments overall are helping support a diverse and vibrant grape and wine sector.

Welcoming collaborative investment in the Murray–Darling Basin and regions
Last updated 31 May 2022

A national consortium of 85 collaborative partners will help to achieve a more productive, resilient and sustainable Murray–Darling Basin though the recent announcement of the new One Basin Co-operative Research Centre (CRC). 

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Latest data reveals global consumption trends and perceptions of Australian wine
Last updated 15 Jun 2022

The latest global wine consumption trends have just been released by alcohol data and insights firm IWSR and Wine Australia’s Market Explorer has been updated with the fresh information. Today’s Market Bulletin will summarise a few insights from this data, along with new consumer perception figures from Wine Intelligence.

World wine supply update
Last updated 31 May 2022

Despite seismic disruptions to world trade and consumer behaviour in 2020 and 2021, global wine production and consumption have remained relatively stable, according to the OIV State of the World Vine and Wine Sector 2021 report published in April 2022. 

How has Australian Riesling been performing?
Last updated 17 May 2022

Australia is a leading global producer of Riesling, ranking fifth in area under vine with just over 3,000 hectares. Riesling production in Australia has fallen over time, but the average purchase price for Riesling fruit has risen.  

Tough export conditions overshadow modest gains in premium price segments
Last updated 04 May 2022

Australian wine exports decreased by 26 per cent in value to $2.05 billion and 13 per cent in volume to 628 million litres in the year ended March 2022, according to Wine Australia’s latest Export Report released today.

What is the future for selling wine online?
Last updated 28 Apr 2022

Like all areas of retail, wine saw a significant shift to online purchasing during COVID-19, which is forecast to continue for the next few years. Since this growth is largely coming at the expense of other channels, wine businesses need to get to know the e-commerce channel and how to maximise the opportunities that it presents.

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