$1m Grant program for Australian wine businesses to drive exports
Last updated 07 Aug 2020

Australian small and medium wine producers can apply for grants of up to $25,000 to support their export promotion activities in international markets and drive export growth.  

Australian wine exports holding up well
Last updated 04 Aug 2020

In 2019–20, the average value of Australian wine exports grew to $3.89 per litre free on board (FOB), the highest level since 2004–05. However, the total value of exports decreased by 1 per cent in value to $2.84 billion, as a result of measures to contain COVID-19.

No final determination of Wilyabrup as a Geographical Indication for wine
Last updated 04 Aug 2020

The Geographical Indications Committee (GIC) has decided not to make a final determination of Wilyabrup as a Geographical Indication (GI).

Australia’s 2020 winegrape crush: constrained quantity and high quality support value growth for the sector
Last updated 07 Jul 2020

The Australian winegrape crush in 2020 was 1.52 million tonnes – the equivalent of over 1 billion litres of wine, according to the National Vintage Report 2020 released today by Wine Australia.

Investing for the grape and wine sector’s success
Last updated 30 Jun 2020

Wine Australia today released its new five-year Strategic Plan 2020–25 and its Annual Operational Plan 2020–21.

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More than 1000 attend Australia Trade Tasting 2020
Last updated 31 Jan 2020

London and Edinburgh were abuzz this month with more than 1000 people flowing through the doors of Wine Australia’s annual Australia Trade Tasting across the two cities.

United Kingdom – market update
Last updated 31 Jul 2019

The United Kingdom (UK) is the third largest importer of wine in the world and is the biggest destination for Australian wine exports by volume. 

‘Brexit’ update - July 2019
Last updated 09 Jul 2019

In the January edition of Exporter News, we discussed potential labelling changes that would be needed for wine sent either to the United Kingdom (UK) and/or the remaining European Union (EU) members once the UK left the EU.

‘Brexit’ update – April 2019
Last updated 03 Apr 2019

In our last Exporter News, we provided advice on how to indicate the details of the importer on a wine label once the United Kingdom (UK) has departed from the European Union (EU).

ATT brings the excitement of Australian wine to UK and Ireland
Last updated 22 Mar 2019

Mid-winter in Australia is not usually associated with the vibrancy and excitement of the wine season at its full height – our vines are dormant, preparing spring and a fresh vintage in the summer.

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How COVID-19 has impacted wine in Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden
Last updated 16 Jun 2020

Europe is an important destination for the Australian wine category. In the 12 months ended May 2020, 330 million litres valued at $600 million free on board (FOB) was exported to Europe. More than 100 million litres of Australian wine valued at $230 million was shipped to European destinations outside of the United Kingdom.

How COVID-19 has changed the UK wine market
Last updated 29 Apr 2020

COVID-19 has seen rapid introduction of measures to protect the health and wellbeing of communities and it is natural that the way that we operate our businesses in this environment has changed. This week, our Market Bulletin takes a look at the changes to Australia’s top wine export market by volume – the United Kingdom (UK).

How Australian wine is performing in Europe
Last updated 19 Mar 2019

More Australian wine is exported to Europe than to any other continent. In 2018, almost 40 million cases of Australian wine were shipped to Europe compared with 26 million cases to North America and 24 million cases to Asia.

Australia’s commanding performance and recent market trends in the United Kingdom
Last updated 15 Jan 2019

The United Kingdom (UK) is the sixth largest wine market in the world, consuming 138 million 9-litre cases of wine in 2017, nearly all of which is imported. As with many other Western markets, the UK wine market is well established and total consumption is declining.

Changing German wine market offers opportunities
Last updated 03 Oct 2018

While it is a stable and mature market, new opportunities are being created in the German wine market by increasing involvement, some trading up and greater consumer openness to experiment with new and different styles of wine.

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