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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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Opportunities for Australian wine in Japan
Last updated 07 May 2019

Japan is a significant market for Australian wine, ranking as the eighth biggest export destination by volume and value. In the 12 months ended March 2019, exports to Japan grew by 16 per cent to reach a record $55 million.

JAEPA continues to deliver benefits
Last updated 10 Apr 2018
Last week, Australian wine benefitted from the fifth scheduled tariff cut for bottled wine exports under the Japan–Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA), taking the tariff from 15 per cent to 5.6 per cent.
Opportunities in the Japanese wine market
Last updated 05 Sep 2017

Japan is by far the second biggest wine market in Asia behind mainland China. The International Wine and Spirit Record (IWSR) reports that 39.5 million cases of wine were sold in Japan in 2016, compared to 157 million cases in mainland China and 3.8 million cases in third-placed Hong Kong.

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