The International Wine and Spirit Competition has named chief winemaker of McGuigan wines, Neil McGuigan its 2015 president.
Treasury Wine Estates have announced that 33 jobs will be cut as a result of the closure of McLaren Vale’s Ryecroft Winery.
TWE is requesting shareholder permission to issue 764,216 shares to CEO Michael Clarke at no cost providing that he improves that performance of the business.
French champagne brand, Armand de Brignac has been acquired by American rapper Shawn Carter, aka, Jay Z.
Chinese wine judge, Fongyee Walker says that the Australian wine industry needs look beyond the premium end of the market.
Global PET packaging company, Sidel has launched the world’s first-ever pasteurisable lightweight PET bottle for beer.
Australian 2014 wine production should see a two percent increase, whilst global production is down six percent.
Australian Beer Company (ABCo) has announced plans for their craft beer range, launching in December.
Australia has experienced a small rise in wine exports together with growth in the average value of bottled wine.
Food Mag recently caught up with Mitchell Taylor of Taylors Wines to discuss the winery’s recent award wins and export plans.
According to the IWSR Global Trends Report, low-calorie alcoholic beverages are continuing to grow in popularity.
S.C Pannell Wines Adelaide Hills Syrah 2013 has taken out the coveted Jimmy Watson Memorial Trophy.
Clare Valley winery, Taylors Wines has taken out the Riedel Trophy for best Riesling at the Royal Melbourne Wine awards.
According to SABMiller, lager volumes fell one percent in Australia in the second quarter.
Canberra District winery, Four Winds Vineyard, has launched a crowd-funding project to help expand the capacity of their winery.
Rabobank has estimated that global wine grape production could drop between two and four percent in 2014.
Pernod Ricard Winemakers are launching a global graduate program for ambitious university graduates.
Taylors Wines has recruited Mr. Wolf as its lead creative agency, marking an important step for the family-owned winery.
Peter Lehmann Wines has nearly doubled its profit over the last year due to strong local sales and a growing business in China.
Casella Family Brands will launch a premium wine brand in the US and is hopeful that the weaker dollar will boost sales.