Agribusiness banking specialist Rabobank has announced the appointment of Hayden Higgins to head up its horticulture and wine sector research. Higgins joins the bank’s food and agribusiness research team from his role as major agribusiness manager with Rabobank New Zealand. General manager of RaboResearch Food & Agribusiness Tim Hunt said the new appointment was an … Continue reading Rabobank appoints new horticulture and wine analyst
Twenty Five Doors is a technology solution empowering wineries to easily create, market and deliver accessible and unique wine experiences at their cellar door.
Wine regions across Australia stand to benefit from a $7.4 million investment boost for 21 international wine tourism projects.
Thanks to a donation from Casella Family Brands, four University of Adelaide students are pursuing their dreams of careers in the wine industry.
With current tight global inventories, higher prices are now assumed and accepted by buyers, while innovation in wine is increasing, according to a new report.
Pernod Ricard Winemakers has announced its 2018 Graduate Program Intake, a program intended to open up a world of wine to the next generation.
April is proving to be one of the busiest months ever for immersive wine tours due to additional funding through the Australian Government’s $50 million Export and Regional Wine Support Package, with Wine Australia hosting more than 30 international wine professionals this month. The groups of journalists, sommeliers, wine buyers and wine influencers from China … Continue reading Top international visitors experience Australian wine regions
Australian wine exports continue to set records, with a new high for the average value of bottled wine exports of $5.74 per litre.
The Orange region’s most awarded winery will return to the name it was founded under, Cumulus Wines.
Wine Australia is encouraging grapegrowers to brush up on post-harvest care as Vintage 2018 wraps up across the country.
New regulations, effective this week, give the nation’s wine export regulator Wine Australia broader powers to protect the reputation of the country’s wine exports.
The China Food and Drinks Fair was marked by an amplified Australian presence with 60 wine brands and 20 wine regions exhibiting under the Wine Australia banner.
The Australian Government has released the guidelines for the $10 million Wine Tourism and Cellar Door Grant program, before applications open on 1 July 2019.
A cast of legendary Australian wines are being showcased to more than 3,000 trade and media professionals at Vinexpo New York, 5–6 March, a two-day trade fair featuring 400 wine producers.
Wine Australia has appointed experienced China hand, David Lucas, to the new role of Regional General Manager Greater China.
The 2018 vintage at Jacob’s Creek got the VIP treatment, as acclaimed actor Chris Hemsworth joined the team to get an insider’s view on creating one of the world’s most unique wines, Double Barrel.
Wine Australia and PIRSA’s South Australian Research and Development Institute have signed a 5-year co-investment agreement that will support the profitability of Australian grape and wine sector
Australian wine was celebrated at this week’s Australia Day Tasting (ADT) in London, Wine Australia’s largest trade tasting internationally.
Australian wine exports increased by 15 per cent to $2.56 billion in the 12 months ending December 2017, according to Wine Australia’s Export Report.
The Government has initiated a formal WTO dispute settlement action against what it claims are Canada’s discriminatory measures affecting Australian wine.