Nuffield scholar to investigate new and emerging irrigation methods for Australian wine
Last updated 18 Sep 2019

Sarah Keough from Strathalbyn, South Australia, has been awarded a Nuffield Scholarship, supported by Wine Australia, to investigate new and emerging irrigation methods to reduce vineyard crop losses and sustain fruit quality during extreme heat events.

Wine Australia brings new wines and new education programme to Copenhagen
Last updated 17 Sep 2019

The Australian Wine Tasting in Copenhagen on 7 October will give the Danish drinks trade an opportunity to discover new wines, meet new producers and explore Wine Australia’s new education programme.

Wine Australia brings new wines and new education programme to Helsinki
Last updated 17 Sep 2019

The Australian Wine Tasting in Helsinki on 16 October will give Finnish drinks trade the opportunity to discover wines, meet new producers and explore Wine Australia’s new education programme.

Wine Australia brings new wines and new education programme to Oslo
Last updated 17 Sep 2019

The Australian Wine Tasting in Oslo on 14 October will allow the Norwegian drinks trade the opportunity to discover new wines, meet new producers and explore Wine Australia’s new education programme.

Wine Australia brings new wines and new education programme to Stockholm
Last updated 17 Sep 2019

The Australian Wine Tasting in Stockholm on 9 October will give Swedish drinks trade the opportunity to discover new wines, meet new producers and explore Wine Australia’s new education programme.

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Grape and wine producers in the line-up for inaugural entrepreneur development program
Last updated 13 Sep 2019

Four budding entrepreneurs in the Australian grape and wine community have been selected to be among the first to take part in the Farmers2Founders Ideas Program.

Top tips for a warm, dry spring – a grower’s guide
Last updated 13 Sep 2019

Spring is predicted to be warmer and drier than average across most of the country, which means that growers will need to adapt some of their management strategies.

Is it good night for bentonite?
Last updated 13 Sep 2019

Winemakers will soon have a suite of options to produce protein and heat stable wines, delegates at the recent Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference heard.

Ant trail the key to bug monitoring in spring
Last updated 13 Sep 2019

Viticulturist and passionate insect watcher Jenny Venus has some sage advice for grape growers as they head into spring: ‘Follow the ant trial’.

Grapevine trunk disease – a snapshot of the latest findings
Last updated 13 Sep 2019

Australia is at the forefront of research into the practical management of grapevine trunk diseases, leading the international effort in preventative wound protection, remedial control strategies and spore surveillance.

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Useful tips to gather insights on the China wine market
Last updated 17 Sep 2019

It can be a little daunting for first-time exporters to know where to find information about different export markets and how to determine the markets and price points that best suit their products.

Fast facts on the Far From Ordinary cities on the USA Roadshow
Last updated 10 Sep 2019

In an unprecedented show of support for the wine market in the United States of America (USA), the largest-ever promotion of Australian wine in the USA will commence on 17 September 2019, with more than 100 Australian wine exhibitors showcasing 193 Australian wine brands to thousands of trade and consumers across 6 American cities.  

Exploring the research that will underpin the largest Australian wine promotion ever held in the USA
Last updated 03 Sep 2019

Wine Opinions’ five-year trade and consumer research program (funded by Wine Australia) is now complete, and the final year report has revealed the key areas that should be a focus for Australian wine promotion in the United States of America (USA).

Australian Cabernet insights for #CabernetDay
Last updated 29 Aug 2019

Depending on your time zone, today or tomorrow is International Cabernet Day (#CabernetDay), and Australians have reason to celebrate. 

Prosecco – a rising white grape in Australia
Last updated 20 Aug 2019

Prosecco is on the rise in Australia. The 2019 National Vintage Report released in July highlights the growth in production of Prosecco grapes in Australia as the sector responds to increased demand for Prosecco wines.

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Aussie Wine Month announcement

15 February 2018

Wine Australia regularly reviews the impact of our activities and, following this review, we won’t be coordinating Aussie Wine Month in the future. While Aussie Wine Month generated a lot of enthusiasm about promoting and enjoying exceptional Australian wine domestically, we are focusing our resources on growing Australian wine exports to our key markets and maximising opportunities internationally to gain positive outcomes for Australian wine.

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