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Wineries to welcome back international tourists with Wine Tourism Ready
Last updated 29 Aug 2022

Wine Australia has launched a free online self-paced course to help Australian wineries welcome back international travellers and build a profitable tourism trade.

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. 

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Reading Between The Vines: episode 4
Last updated 26 Aug 2022

Episode four of Reading Between the Vines is a conversation with Hans Loder from Penley Estate in Coonawarra about what he has found through his Nuffield Scholarship about maximising the benefits from agtech for viticulture.

Amino acids contribute to desirable sensory attributes in red wine
Last updated 26 Aug 2022

Do amino acids play a role in the flavour of red wine? Indeed they do, with new research showing they have a surprisingly strong influence on the sensory properties of red wine – building sweetness and viscosity, and increasing the flavour intensity associated with full-bodied wines.

Acting after a bushfire: what to do, and when
Last updated 26 Aug 2022

One of the biggest frustrations for growers after the devastating 2019 Cudlee Creek bushfire in the Adelaide Hills was not knowing exactly what action to take – and when.

Two years down the track, growers now have a firmer picture of what action to take in the hours, days and months following a bushfire.

Image system supporting De Bortoli site management in Yarra Valley
Last updated 26 Aug 2022

To help overcome some of the challenge of variability, De Bortoli's Rob Sutherland and his technical assistant Emma Taylor started trialling the Bitwise Agronomy Greenview camera system.

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.

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Markets with opportunities for Australian wine growth
Last updated 20 Sep 2022

To assist Australian wineries in assessing market opportunities, Wine Australia has analysed IWSR wine sales data for the top 50 wine markets to determine the size of the opportunity for both the commercial/value and premium wine segments.

Challenges and opportunities in the Canadian wine market
Last updated 30 Aug 2022

Canada is the 12th largest wine market in the world and Australia’s third largest export market, in both volume and value. The wine market has experienced significant change over the past three years, as reported in Wine Australia’s newly released Market Update: Canada report.

Premium opportunities growing in the world’s largest wine market
Last updated 16 Aug 2022

The United States (US) is the world’s biggest wine market. According to the IWSR, still wine sales for the US in 2021 totaled 314 million cases, with a value of US$34 billion.

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. 

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