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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.
Effects of warming climate revealed to wine industry
The final 297-page report titled 'A window into hotter and drier futures: Phenological shifts and adaptive practices', is the culmination of a three-year research project, funded by Australia's Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation (GWRDC), Department of Agriculture, and complementary State Natural Resource Management Programs.
In Search of Austria's Next Ambassador Grape
Ever since the proliferation of GrĂ¼ner Veltliner in cheap liter-size bottles, the wine world has been ready for a new grape from the region to fall in love with. Lettie Teague samples the nation's best bottles.
Margaret River "must remain hungry"
Western Australia's Margaret River wine region needs to promote itself or become overlooked, warns David Hohnen from the area's McHenry Hohnen Winery.
'The Dead Arm' Shiraz Maker Revives Australian Wines
A couple of years ago, the 51-year-old started "de-constructing" The Dead Arm, his flagship shiraz, for his Amazing Sites project. The wine is a blend from many shiraz vineyards. Osborn took some of the wine from each top plot of land and bottled each as a single vineyard wine.
Lindeman's bids to be 'biggest Australian wine brand in the world'
Lindeman's has launched a million pound UK digital campaign as part of a wider global push for the 170-year-old Australian brand.
Australia: Growers lash out at industry review
The so-called Expert Review of the Wine Industry, prepared for the Winemakers Federation of Australia (WFA), investigated many issues.
The Australian wine hangover
A beleaguered wine Industry begins to redefine itself in the wake of stagnant sales.
NZ reaping rewards of experimentation
Mud House winemaker Nadine Worley has told how an ever-improving understanding of factors such as barrel maturation and clonal selection is helping New Zealand wines to show greater complexity.
Australia's growing taste for bubbly
Australians drank, sprayed and toasted their way through more than 5.4 million bottles of champagne in 2012, cementing the nation's position as the seventh biggest market in the world for French bubbly with sales of more expensive vintage champagne brands now at record levels.
Winery Fights Airlines Over New Airport to Ease Sydney Traffic
Chris Niccol grows about 18 hectares of red wine grapes at his farm in Badgerys Creek, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) west of Sydney. The vineyard may disappear under tarmac if plans to build an airport at the site go ahead.
Former Treasury Wine boss paid $2.4m
The former chief executive of Treasury Wine Estates was paid $2.4 million last financial year, despite the company's 53 percent profit drop.
Indevin invests in major vine planting to meet upswing
New Zealand's largest wine producer is developing a 124-hectare vineyard in the Awatere Valley to meet growing international demand for Marlborough sauvignon blanc.
Factors combine to help NZ Pinot Noir come of age
A combination of vine age, clonal selection and collaboration have all helped New Zealand Pinot Noir to come of age, writes Rupert Millar.
Australia: Grapegrowers applaud Woolies decision to sign Code with them
Wine Grape Growers Australia (WGGA) has applauded the decision by Woolworths to sign up to the Australian Wine Industry Code of Conduct as a commitment to good commercial practices with growers
USA on way to become no.1 for NZ wine
North America will become New Zealand's largest market for wine within two years according to Philip Gregan, CEO of New Zealand Winegrowers.
Days of cheap Kiwi wine are over, says New Zealand wine chief
The New Zealand wine industry has gladly gone back to the days when demand far outstripped supply and it could concentrate on producing quality, premium wine, and get away from the cheap wine market, according to Philip Gregan, chief executive of New Zealand Winegrowers.
Barossa's Powell Plans Wine Venture With Son Following Torbreck
Powell, 51, said he was "saddened" by events that led to his departure following contractual and commercial disagreements with Pete Kight, who has controlled the winery since 2008. Powell's son Callum is currently studying winemaking in France with Rhone producer Jean-Louis Chave and his wife Erin.
AU: Buds burst as spring hits vineyards
Warm weather in the first week of spring has been enough to start budburst in some Victorian vineyards.
Dave Powell leaves Torbreck Vintners
Barossa Valley winemaker Dave Powell has left Torbreck Vintners, the winery he founded in the 1990s, after his contract was not renewed.
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