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Unearth new Australian gems at London Wine Fair
Last updated 25 May 2022

Australian wineries will travel en-masse to the UK for the first time in more than two years to pour wines, tell stories and meet the trade at the London Wine Fair from 7-9 June 2022.

Challenging market conditions continue to impact Australian wine exports but value from diversification is starting to flow in some markets
Last updated 04 May 2022

Australian wine exports decreased by 26 per cent in value to $2.05 billion and 13 per cent in volume to 628 million litres in the year ended March 2022, according to Wine Australia’s latest Export Report released today. The year-on-year figures continue to reflect the impact of the imposition of high deposit tariffs on bottled Australian wine imported to mainland China in November 2020 and of the exceptionally tough market conditions globally.

Wine Australia welcomes new Marketing GM Paul Turale
Last updated 27 Apr 2022

Wine Australia has announced the appointment of its new General Manager Marketing Mr Paul Turale, commencing 30 May 2022.

UK wine trade welcomes return of Australia Trade Tasting
Last updated 11 Apr 2022

The Australia Trade Tasting returned to London on 7 April 2022, marking Wine Australia’s first in-person event in the UK since COVID-19 and the signing of the historic Australia-UK free trade agreement (FTA). z

$989k grant to improve winegrape price transparency
Last updated 04 Apr 2022

The Australian grape and wine sector has secured a $989,000 grant from the Australian Government to build an online winegrape price indicator platform that will improve market transparency and inform business decision-making.

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Women across the wine sector can study a Diploma of Digital Technologies – at no cost
Last updated 05 May 2022

Wine Australia is thrilled to announce an opportunity for women working in the Australian grape and wine sector to complete the award-winning Diploma of Digital Technologies through Flinders University, South Australia at no cost. 

Green light for early warning smoke detection system
Last updated 29 Apr 2022

An early warning ‘real time’ smoke taint detection system – believed to be a world first – is being built in the  North-East Victoria wine region in time for next summer. 

Early career researchers shine In the Wine Light
Last updated 29 Apr 2022

It’s fast, it’s furious…and it’s a great way for new researchers to present their project to a room full of engaged conference participants. It’s called In the Wine Light – an evening session held during the Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference (AWITC) – where a group of current wine and viticulture students are selected to present what they are doing, how they are doing it and why it is important…in three minutes.

Research at the pulse for Limestone Coast growers
Last updated 29 Apr 2022

A wealth of research – from soil and irrigation management to clonal evaluation, precision viticulture and water quality – is just a keystroke away for Limestone Coast growers.

Cool climate wine region the perfect fit for Harriet
Last updated 29 Apr 2022

Life in Tasmania is a perfect fit for science researcher Harriet Walker. She has bushland and mountains and lakes to explore, and wild beaches to surf (when the weather is kind). And cool climate vines. Lots and lots of cool climate vines. Harriet’s research is focused on nutrition in vines, with an emphasis on sustainability.

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How has Australian Riesling been performing?
Last updated 17 May 2022

Australia is a leading global producer of Riesling, ranking fifth in area under vine with just over 3,000 hectares. Riesling production in Australia has fallen over time, but the average purchase price for Riesling fruit has risen.  

Tough export conditions overshadow modest gains in premium price segments
Last updated 04 May 2022

Australian wine exports decreased by 26 per cent in value to $2.05 billion and 13 per cent in volume to 628 million litres in the year ended March 2022, according to Wine Australia’s latest Export Report released today.

What is the future for selling wine online?
Last updated 28 Apr 2022

Like all areas of retail, wine saw a significant shift to online purchasing during COVID-19, which is forecast to continue for the next few years. Since this growth is largely coming at the expense of other channels, wine businesses need to get to know the e-commerce channel and how to maximise the opportunities that it presents.

New trade agreement between Australia and India offers opportunity for premium wine exports
Last updated 13 Apr 2022

On 2 April 2022, the Australian and Indian Governments signed the Australia–India Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement (AI ECTA). When the AI ECTA enters into force, preferential tariff treatment will be afforded to premium Australian wine imported to India, which currently represents a small portion of Australia’s wine exports.

Is staying home a good option for Australian wine businesses?
Last updated 30 Mar 2022

With the challenges currently facing Australian wine exporters, many wine businesses are shifting their focus to the domestic market. However, as described in Wine Australia’s Australian Wine Market Insights Report 2022, released today, this market has also seen a number of changes that make it more challenging than it was three years ago.

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