Videos tell Australian craft cider story
Last updated 02 Mar 2021

The Australian cider industry1 has launched a series of education videos to market Australian craft cider overseas.

Bolstering Australia’s sustainable viticultural practices
Last updated 23 Feb 2021

Charles Sturt University student Anne Johnson has been named the recipient of Wine Australia’s Dr Tony Jordan OAM Award 2021 to support her research exploring the benefits of agroecology in Australian viticulture and barriers to its adoption.

Wine Australia CEO
Last updated 22 Feb 2021

After 15 years of outstanding service to Wine Australia, including 8 years as CEO, Wine Australia Chair, Michele Allan, has announced that Andreas Clark will be leaving Wine Australia in late 2021.

Australian wine exports slow due to China tariffs
Last updated 03 Feb 2021

Australian wine exports slowed in the 12 months to December 2020, decreasing by 1 per cent in value to $2.89 billion, as Chinese tariffs* took their toll on exports to that market, according to Wine Australia’s latest Export Report released today.

Sound the call – the hunt is on for the Future Leaders of Australian wine
Last updated 18 Jan 2021

Wine Australia and Australian Grape & Wine are seeking inspiring individuals with inquisitive minds to join the sector’s professional development program Future Leaders 2021.

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Just point and click – the prototype that may revolutionise the way we schedule irrigation
Last updated 12 Feb 2021

A new prototype thermal imaging system developed by a team from the CSIRO is showing promise as a reliable method of monitoring grapevine water status.

A fast and furious smoke taint project brings interesting results
Last updated 12 Feb 2021

It’s well documented that smoke exposure is bad news for ripe grapes, potentially resulting in unpleasant smoky characters in wine. But what happens when grapes are exposed to smoke well before veraison?

Future Leader at home in McLaren Vale
Last updated 12 Feb 2021

When you’re good at math and science at school, engineering seems the obvious career choice.But what happens when you love drama and art as well? Then what?

A spotlight on MOG at the weighbridge
Last updated 12 Feb 2021

Multispectral imaging is capable of discriminating MOG (material other than grapes) and Botrytis-infected grapes in samples from mechanically harvested grape loads, a recently completed Wine Australia-funded study has found.

Mornington rootstock trial to undergo the ultimate taste test
Last updated 12 Feb 2021

A long-term research project to determine which phylloxera-tolerant grapevine rootstock performs best for Mornington Peninsula Pinot Noir will soon undergo the ultimate taste test.

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How 2020 changed the USA wine market
Last updated 02 Mar 2021

2020 was a year unparalleled in recent history, massively shifting consumer behaviours. This Market Bulletin examines the effects on the wine market in the United States of America including total wine sales by channel, shifting demographics, domestic category versus imports and, finally, how the Australian category has fared.

Australian sales in the UK rebounded in 2020
Last updated 16 Feb 2021

The United Kingdom (UK) was the number one destination for Australian wine exports by volume in 2020, a position it has held since electronic export records commenced in 1990.

Wine export value slows as Chinese tariffs take effect
Last updated 03 Feb 2021

Australian wine exports slowed in the 12 months to December 2020, decreasing by 1 per cent in value to $2.89 billion, as Chinese tariffs took their toll on exports to that market, according to Wine Australia’s latest Export Report released today.

Global supply update
Last updated 08 Dec 2020

Australia is a key player in the global wine market. In value terms, we are the world’s fourth biggest exporter of wine. However, in production terms, Australia ranks lower at number six in 2020 according to the latest Global Supply Monitor released by Wine Australia.

Sparkling wine continues to bubble through COVID-19
Last updated 04 Dec 2020

As we reach the end of a very turbulent year, wine consumers in Australia and around the world will likely reach for a glass of sparkling wine. However, this is not just the effect of seasonal cheer; the latest data show that sparkling wine sales in some markets have continued to bubble away throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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