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New agreement to support current and future needs of grape and wine producers
Last updated 24 Jun 2022

Wine Australia and the Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) have entered into a four-year agreement that will maintain unique skills at the AWRI, support rapid response to industry emergencies and transition to new areas of future capability to support the Australian grape and wine sector. 

Wine Australia strengthens focus on sector’s sustainability
Last updated 17 Jun 2022

Wine Australia is strengthening its support of the Australian grape and wine community’s goals with the announcement of a multidisciplinary focus on sustainability, and environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG).

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.

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China market update
Last updated 01 May 2019

From a global perspective, mainland China has cemented its position as one of the top wine import markets over the past five years, sitting at fourth place by 2018, behind Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States of America. Only 10 years ago, China was sitting in 15th place.

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How are Australia’s wine exports performing in China?
Last updated 12 Nov 2019

November 2019 is a busy month for Australian wine in China, with major events set to highlight Australia’s fine wine credentials. This week, the Market Bulletin looks at how Australia’s exports are performing in the mainland China market.

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.

China Roadshow: Fast facts on Tianjin, Hangzhou, Kunming and Shenzhen
Last updated 21 May 2019

Now in its eighth year, the China Roadshow 2019 will be engaging a wide variety of wine buyers in a mini trade-fair, master classes and a new-to-market program. The eight-day journey will have Australian wine exhibitors cover 5000 kilometres as they travel across mainland China.

Increasing demand for quality wines in China
Last updated 30 Jan 2019

China has played the dominant role in the growth of Australian wine exports summarised in the preceding market bulletin 2018: An impressive year for Australian exports, but China’s thirst for imported wine has not been limited to Australia.

The rise of China’s online wine market
Last updated 13 Nov 2018

China is undoubtedly the most progressive nation when it comes to embracing e-commerce, not only providing alternative distribution avenues for Australian wine sales, but also more direct ways of promoting Australian wine

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