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Croser to address Cabernet genetics at Santa Rita wine workshop
Legendary Aussie winemaker Brian Croser is flying to the UK to discuss the genetics of Cabernet Sauvignon at this week's Santa Rita wine workshop.
Fernz Wine Releases its 2013 Vintage with a Label and Logo Redesign
Fernz, New Zealand producers of ultra-premium Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir reveals its redesigned logo and label that will debut with its 2013 vintage, Sauvignon Blanc. The new logo and label is designed by award winning graphic designer, Michael Kornoff.
Australia: Grape growers fear death of industry
Three of Australia's leading wineries, Accolade Wines, Pernod Ricard and Treasury Wines Estate, will cut grape prices by as much as 50 percent this season.
Marisco Vineyards announces five-year planting plan
Marisco Vineyards is betting on long-term demand for New Zealand wine by announcing a five-year planting plan for its recently acquired Leefield Estate.
NZ wine industry returns to profitability
Vintage 2013, the eighth benchmarking survey of the industry's finances by accounting firm Deloitte and NZ Winegrowers, says bigger may be better when it comes to making money from wine.
'Sub 10.5% ABV wines can Rule Britannia!': New Zealand government
The New Zealand government insists that the British are increasingly keen on sub 10.5% ABV wines as it backs a NZ $16.97m investment in lower alcohol wines, but there is skepticism in some quarters.
The Winemakers' Federation of Australia sets course for future
The Winemakers' Federation of Australia says it's confident it can grow the demand for Australian wine both locally and on the global market.
NZ's quest for low calorie wine
A new research programme aims to make New Zealand the world's leading producer of high-quality, lower calorie and lower alcohol 'lifestyle' wines.
Wine glut to continue: Australian Vintage
LISTED wine group Australian Vintage has warned that the oversupply problems that have made much of the sector unprofitable are likely to continue in coming years.
AU: Key ag exports in decline
Australia has lost market share of agricultural exports to key Asian countries in the past decade, the Australian Farm Institute says.
Export demand sparks rush on Marlborough plantings, says Brancott winemaker
New Zealand wineries' confidence in global demand has kick-started fresh vine plantings in Marlborough after a five-year lull, but space will increasingly be at a premium, the chief winemaker for Pernod Ricard's Brancott Estate has said.
Chinese NZ winery bid falls through
A Chinese syndicate has failed in its bid to buy Ascension Wine Estate near Auckland due to residency issues.
NZ: Opportunities to open up for winemakers
A decline in production of wine in Europe could see Northland wineries making a place for themselves in overseas markets.
Aussie Wine Wizard Breaks Rules With $110 Pinot Noir
Start with a mysterious, mega-rich, wine-loving Indonesian entrepreneur living in Singapore. Then tap a talented young Australian winemaker known for his silky, savory pinot noirs.
New Zealand Wine Exports Increased to a Record in 2012-13 Year
Export earnings increased 3 percent to NZ$1.2 billion ($1 billion) in the year ended June 30, while export volumes fell 5 percent to 169.6 million liters, New Zealand Winegrowers said in it annual report.
Billionth bottle for Aussie wine exporter
The makers of Australia's highest selling export wine have produced their one billionth bottle.
NZ: 'Erratic night' for vineyard frost fighters
Grape growers and orchardists were poised for a big night of frost fighting on Tuesday but some found it to be milder than expected.
Yellow Tail maker to push US$100 wine
Casella Wines, makers of Yellow Tail, is due to give its US$100 wine brand a big push in order to attract new markets amid narrowing profit margins.
Yellow Tail Maker Plans $100 Wine, Spritzers Amid Profit Hunt
The winemaker, whose signature product sells for about $7.50 a bottle in U.S. stores and inspired the growth of low-priced, easy-drinking Australian 'critter labels', will charge about 13 times as much for the 'Casella 1919' brand when it's released later this year, Managing Director John Casella said in an interview in Sydney yesterday.
Wine Talk: The future of Aussie wine
Once upon a time in the Land of Oz, there was a plan to establish a beachhead for Australian wine in California, from whence the Aussies would take the American wine market, the largest market for wine in the world, by storm. Funded in part by the Australian government, the plan seemed to work.
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