USA Market Entry Program open for applications
Last updated 12 May 2020

Wine Australia’s USA Market Entry Program is now taking applications for the upcoming 2020 program.

Australian wine strikes a new chord in America
Last updated 14 Oct 2019

Australian wine has been centre stage in the United States of America during a six-week campaign that has dazzled the American trade, consumers and media.

Australian wine scene vibrantly brought to life in New York City
Last updated 23 Sep 2019

More than a thousand New York wine lovers gathered at the Union West in Chelsea from 17–19 September for the launch of Wine Australia’s ‘Far From Ordinary’ campaign – a six-week promotion aimed at reinvigorating Australian wine sales in the crucial USA market.

Wine Australia launches largest-ever promotion of Australian wine in the USA
Last updated 16 Sep 2019

This week, Wine Australia launches its largest-ever promotion of Australian wine in the USA – the Far From Ordinary campaign – supported by the Australian Government’s $50 million Export and Regional Wine Support Package (the $50m Package).

Tasmanian wine tourism on show in North America
Last updated 13 Sep 2019

Tourism Tasmania has this week launched its international wine tourism campaign in San Francisco, as part of the Australian Government’s $50 million Export and Regional Wine Support Package (the $50m Package).

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New authentication technique may help put a kibosh on wine fraud
Last updated 13 Nov 2020

Wine fraud may have met its match with a new rapid and sensitive wine authentication method developed by an Adelaide-based research team.

Study offers insight into mulching and mechanical weed control
Last updated 13 Nov 2020

A new study has shown that even a single season of the ‘mulch and compost’ weed control method can dramatically improve Shiraz berry chemistry and soil nutrition.

Wine research a delightful sensory explosion for former engineer
Last updated 13 Nov 2020

In an office at the University of Adelaide, sits a dog-eared copy of Dr Richard Vine’s Wine Appreciation. For Dr Vinay Pagay, the gold-embossed tome is a quiet reminder of his unlikely journey from computer engineer to wine researcher.
 

La Niña doesn’t guarantee a wet summer
Last updated 13 Nov 2020

The declaration of a La Niña event in early October alerted many viticulturists and winemakers of an increased chance of a wet summer, evoking memories of the 2011 Australian vintage. However, there have been 30 La Niña events since 1900 and not all have been as wet as 2011. So, this prompts the question, what are the odds of a wet summer in different regions given we are in a La Niña cycle?
 

Fast-tracking botrytis fungicide resistance identification
Last updated 09 Oct 2020

A rapid, simple and cost-effective test to detect and quantify fungicide resistant botrytis in a vineyard setting has been successfully demonstrated in Western Australia.

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Wine tourism numbers highlight COVID-19 challenges and the road forward
Last updated 24 Nov 2020

COVID-19 has brought much uncertainty when it comes to travel in 2020. With some interstate travel halted, tourism turned intrastate with locals taking the opportunity to explore their own backyards – where restrictions allowed – providing much needed relief in many regional areas.

Stable performance through COVID-19 era highlights South East Asian emerging wine markets
Last updated 17 Nov 2020

On Sunday 15 November, Ministers from 15 countries signed the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), including Australia and members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). This week’s Market Bulletin will examine a group of emerging wine markets within the Southeast Asian region. 

Global packaging trends
Last updated 10 Nov 2020

In the 12 months ended September 2020, 771 million litres of Australian wine was exported to 116 destinations across the world. Of the total volume, 55 per cent was shipped unpackaged to be packaged in-market. Only 25 destinations received unpackaged Australian wine, with just over half that volume landing in the United Kingdom.

Value of Australian wine exports grows
Last updated 28 Oct 2020

In the 12 months ended September 2020, the value of Australian wine exports increased by 4 per cent to $2.998 billion while volume declined by 0.4 per cent to 771 million litres (85.7 million cases). The average value of exports increased by 4 per cent to $3.89 per litre.

Did someone say Chardonnay?
Last updated 20 Oct 2020

Chardonnay does not always get the attention it deserves. Red wine, particularly Shiraz, has tended to dominate recent stories of Australia’s export success, while Sauvignon Blanc has overshadowed other white wines on the domestic market for many years, currently accounting for 1 in every 8 bottles of wine purchased on the Australian domestic off-trade retail market

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