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08/19/19

This year marks the 200th anniversary of the planting of the first vines in New Zealand. Josip Babich was one of the country's founding winemakers and today his pioneering winery is still family-run, with grandson David at the helm. Rebecca Gibb MW meets him to talk legacies and future prospects

08/16/19

Over 100 Australian wineries will travel across the country for a multifaceted program of activities, further driving the demand for Australian wine.

08/16/19

The world's largest publicly listed winemaker has announced a huge investment in a leading Barossa Valley winery in South Australia.

08/13/19

As the EU and Australia negotiate a free trade agreement, the EU has given Australia a list of more than 200 spirit names with geographical indicators that it wants protected as part of any deal.

08/13/19

drinkfo.com has been specifically designed for wine businesses to save time and money, supercharging the wine trade in the technology era.

08/12/19

Australian wine made a name for itself years ago with Shiraz, and the country soon became synonymous with the big, bold red.

08/12/19

It is dry July and thankfully McWilliam's and the Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference have snuck this event in to disrupt the best laid plans of the god botherers and the wellness gospellers. I want to assure all of you that I didn't embark on a Tom Gleeson strategy of winning this Logie nor will I use the event or the award to sully its reputation.

08/12/19

Organic and bio-dynamic winemaker, Vanya Cullen was named Winemaker of the Year at the 2020 Halliday Wine Companion Awards.

08/09/19

but will retain the brand and move production to its Berri Winery

08/09/19

The Hunter Valley Wine Show Committee has announced that Chuck Hayward has been selected as the International Wine Judge for this year's competition.

08/08/19

About 260 bottles of wine, valued at an estimated $10,000, were stolen from a storeroom below Navi restaurant in Yarraville in the early hours of Monday morning.

08/08/19

Hong Kong-based GMT Research said in an Aug. 7 report that profits at the world's largest standalone winemaker were inflated following its purchase of most of Diageo's wine business in 2016.

08/07/19

In this video, we chat with Mick Keogh from the ACCC about the findings from its interim report on the Australian winegrape sector which has proposed various measures to address 'concerning' market practices

08/05/19

An $8 million campaign to raise the perception of Australian wine in the USA is at the heart of Wine Australia's Annual Operating Plan 2019-20 for the fourth and final year of the Australian Government's $50 million Export and Regional Wine Support Package An $8 million campaign to raise the perception of Australian wine in the USA is at the heart of Wine Australia's Annual Operating Plan 2019-20 for the fourth and final year of the Australian Government's $50 million Export and Regional Wine Support Package, the $50m Package ...

07/31/19

One of Australia's most successful and respected winemakers, Andrew 'Ox' Hardy, has launched Ox Hardy, an eponymous range of wines that represents a rare and precious combination of people, vineyard, history and winemaking provenance

07/30/19

A film that positions France as everything New Zealand vintners should aspire to is looking at the world of wine through a narrow lens, argues wine writer Joelle Thomson.

07/29/19

Wage increases in the Australian wine industry are higher than the national average wage increase (Wage Price Index). That's according to the recent 2019 National Wine Industry Salary and Benefits Survey.

07/29/19

Craig Garvin, currently chief executive of dairy business Parmalat, will take over the role. Garvin will join Australian Vintage as chief executive elect in September. McGuigan, who will remain with the company as a technical adviser for 10 weeks a year, joined Australian Vintage in 2004 as general manager for wine supply. He has been chief executive since 2010.

07/26/19

Matt Oliver, soil scientist with the Marlborough District Council, has said that the overuse of fertilisers, cultivation and compaction is leading to a lack of nutrients and loss of organic matter across the region's farming sectors.

07/26/19

It's a long drive, but so worth it, says David Sly: dramatic scenery, some of the world's best surf and some of Australia's finest cuisine and wine...

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