Sign Up
Wine exports continue anticipated decline as challenging market conditions persist
Last updated 26 Jul 2022

Australian wine exports declined by 10 per cent in volume to 625 million litres and 19 per cent in value to $2.08 billion in the year ended 30 June 2022, according to Wine Australia’s latest Export Report released today. 

From the ground up: new program to improve vineyard biodiversity and soil health
Last updated 19 Jul 2022

Wine Australia has announced a new three-year $2.2 million regionally-based program that will support winegrape growers to plant cover crops, enhance soil health and increase functional biodiversity in vineyards around the country.

Mapping out the road to zero emissions for Australian wine sector
Last updated 08 Jul 2022

The Australian grape and wine community will have a roadmap to achieve net zero carbon emissions across the sector through a new investment announced by Wine Australia. 

Australian winegrape crush returns to near-average size in vintage 2022
Last updated 05 Jul 2022

The 2022 Australian winegrape crush is estimated1 to be 1.73 million tonnes, 2 per cent below the 10-year average and 13.5 per cent below the 2021 record crush of 2.01 million tonnes, according to the National Vintage Report 2022 released today by Wine Australia. 

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. 

View all
Latest articles
Agtech offers solution for irrigation conundrum
Last updated 22 Jul 2022

Like many vineyards around the world, variability is a challenge for Torbreck Vintners. Torbreck has recently been using a solution from Swan Systems; a configurable water and nutrient management software solution that helps grape growers make data-driven decisions.

Project delivers valuable Pinot Noir genetic ‘fingerprint’
Last updated 22 Jul 2022

When the Cudlee Creek bushfires tore through the Adelaide Hills in the summer of 2019–20, more than a third of Pinot Noir vines – totalling 235 hectares and 2000 tonnes of grape production – were destroyed. When Adelaide Hills Vine Improvement Inc decided to re-establish D4V2 blocks with material from the Adelaide Hills, they needed to accurately identify clonal material. 

On the road to reducing carbon emissions
Last updated 22 Jul 2022

Wine Australia has joined forces with sustainability consultants, Edge Environment, to develop a carbon Emissions Reduction Roadmap for the Australian grape and wine sector.
 

Reading Between The Vines: episode 3
Last updated 21 Jul 2022

Reading Between the Vines episode three features Hans Loder from Penley Estate in Coonawarra who has been using Athena Irrigation’s system to gain a greater understanding of grapevine water needs.

Reading Between The Vines: episode 2
Last updated 30 Jun 2022

Reading Between The Vines episode two features Nigel Blieschke from Torbreck who has been using Swan System’s water and nutrient management software to improve vine consistency at Torbreck’s Barossa vineyards.

View all
Latest market bulletins
Wine exports continue overall decline, but positive signs are emerging
Last updated 26 Jul 2022

In the 2021–22 financial year, Australian wine exports declined by 10 per cent in volume to 625 million litres and the average value fell by 10 per cent to $3.33 per litre FOB, leading to a 19 per cent decline in value to $2.08 billion, according to Wine Australia’s latest Export Report.

Smaller vintage sees shift back towards white varieties
Last updated 05 Jul 2022

The 2022 Australian winegrape crush is estimated to be 1.73 million tonnes, 2 per cent below the 10-year average and 13.5 per cent below the 2021 record crush of 2.01 million tonnes, according to the National Vintage Report 2022 released today by Wine Australia. 

Global trends in export markets
Last updated 28 Jun 2022

The Australian wine and grape sector is heavily reliant on export markets as around 60 per cent of our production is exported annually, the remaining 40 per cent is sold in the domestic market.

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. 

View all

This content is restricted to wine exporters and levy-payers. Some reports are available for purchase to non-levy payers/exporters.

Levy payers/exporters
Non-levy payers/exporters
Find out more

This content is restricted to wine exporters and levy-payers. Some reports are available for purchase to non-levy payers/exporters.