Winner of Tasting Blind Club swaps analytics for Australia
Last updated 10 Jul 2018

The winner of Wine Australia’s Tasting Blind Club 2017–18 is Hannah Aldgate, a wine and data analytics professional, who joined the wine trade two years ago.

Experience the history and evolution of Australian wine at One Day Wine School
Last updated 11 Apr 2018
Wine Australia is inviting the UK trade to explore the history and evolution of Australian wine at their One Day Wine School, a free educational session and tasting in London, Edinburgh and Bristol. 
Largest showing of Australian wine at ProWein as global exports soar
Last updated 26 Mar 2018

Australian wine took centre stage at ProWein 2018, the world’s biggest annual wine trade fair, with 75 wineries, 14 events and more than 500 wines showcased on the Wine Australia stand.

Wine Australia launches The Wine Bar at largest ProWein stand
Last updated 27 Feb 2018

Wine Australia returns to ProWein in Düsseldorf with its largest-ever stand and even more events including a new feature - The Wine Bar - to showcase the diversity of Australian wine.

Experience the evolution of Australian wine at ADT: New wines, producers and styles
Last updated 10 Jan 2018

The wine line-up for this year’s Australia Day Tastings (ADT) features brand new releases, which will be showcased to trade and media for the first time.

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A little good news on climate change
Last updated 13 Jul 2018

Climate change is with us, but the future impact on the wine sector may not be quite as dramatic as many fear.

Under-vine cover crops show their value
Last updated 13 Jul 2018

Australian vineyards could soon look very different at ground level if the results of research by the University of Adelaide have the expected impact.

Monitoring the vineyard from all angles
Last updated 13 Jul 2018

Vineyards can often be busy places, but two blocks in McLaren Vale have seen abnormal levels of activity in recent months.

The local Accolade Wines viticulturists have hosted waves of CSIRO scientists who are determined and equipped to measure all manner of things in all manner of ways.

‘Optimisation’ underpins the Riverland’s vision
Last updated 13 Jul 2018

Riverland Wine has formed a partnership with the University of Adelaide and is seeking funding to develop an ‘optimisation’ project it believes will be of national significance.

Going digital at the weighbridge
Last updated 13 Jul 2018

Digital technology is rapidly expanding its presence and impact in the wine sector, and the next stop could be at the weighbridge.

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Analysing the opportunities in the USA on- and off-trade
Last updated 18 Jul 2018

To coincide with Australia Decanted, this bulletin looks at recent sales statistics that are pointing to some positive signs for the Australian wine category in the USA that provide opportunities for the Australian wine sector to build on.

Australia’s red blends are made our way
Last updated 10 Jul 2018

The red blend in wine is not new and equally it is not unique to any one wine producing nation. However, there is a difference in the way that many regions approach a blended wine.

Latest report shows perceptions of Australian wine are improving
Last updated 03 Jul 2018

The brand health of Australian wines has seen marked improvement over the past eight years, particularly in consumer perceptions of quality and value for money.

Goal, goal, goal! Where the World Cup competition sits in the wine market
Last updated 26 Jun 2018

There are 32 teams competing in the World Cup 2018. This week’s market bulletin provides an overview of where each country ranks in still wine consumption.

The more things change...Lessons from innovation across the drinks industry
Last updated 19 Jun 2018

Recent trends in the global alcoholic drinks industry have strongly featured disruption and innovation, blurring product definitions and even category boundaries. These trends have significant implications for wine, broadening both the opportunities and the scope for competition.

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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.