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02/27/20

World-renowned winery Villa Maria has teamed up with American filmmaker Colin West of WINERAM Productions to release Vintage, a feature-length documentary that tells a uniquely Kiwi story, capturing the incredible highs and heart-breaking lows of making world-class wine in New Zealand.

02/25/20

The Australian winemaker said its forecast for 5% to 10% growth in earnings before interest, tax, self-generating and regenerating assets (EBITS) will no longer be achieved. (Reporting by Nikhil Kurian Nainan in Bengaluru; Editing by Muralikumar Anantharaman).

02/24/20

Australia's $1.3 billion-a-year wine exports to China, about 20% of the national crop, is facing a massive hit from the COVID-19 virus (coronavirus). Exporters say sales are down by as much as 90% in the first two months of this year. If the crisis continues, millions could be lost by year's end.

02/21/20

The appointment news was announced by Accolade Wines today (21 February). Before joining Accolade Wines, Foye spent almost five years at TWE as COO and contributed to the important breakthrough in the Asian market.

02/21/20

Augmented reality is moving rapidly into the mainstream, with tech start up Winerytale announcing en-masse rollout of its smartphone AR App to the entire American wine industry.

02/21/20

The new facility will be able to be used by other local producers and will allow growers to process their grapes locally, which chief winemaker Liz Heidenreich said could turn the area into a winemaking region, not just a grape-growing area.

02/20/20

Today, family-owned New Zealand winery Giesen launches the world's first alcohol-removed Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. The landmark innovation will allow discerning Sauvignon Blanc consumers around the world to enjoy a glass of New Zealand's popular and distinctive grape varietal on any occasion while moderating their alcohol intake.

02/20/20

5 reasons to visit Wine Australia at ProWein 2020

02/14/20

The tightening of supply is contributing to increased value for the sector according to the report, which showed that wine production in 2018-19 was just under 1.2 billion litres. Although this is in line with the 10-year average it is six per cent below the 2017-18 figures.

02/12/20

China is still mostly closed down as virus deaths pass 1,000. The new virus has infected more than 43,000 people globally. Global experts study promising drugs, vaccines for new virus.

02/12/20

TWE first intimated that its profits would take a hit last month. Blaming "challenging conditions" in the US market, which accelerated in the second quarter of the year, the Penfolds producer reported a 17% fall in EBITS in the Americas to $98.3 million.

02/12/20

Total wine sales exceeded production for the second year in a row, indicating a tightening of supply and contributing to increased value for the sector, according to Wine Australia's 2019 production sales and inventory report.

02/11/20

Growers and winemakers across bushfire-affected areas of New South Wales are starting to learn the potential fiscal damage caused by this summer's bushfires, with one estimate placing the possible loss to grape crops alone at over $100 million.

02/10/20

The technology will enable Riversdale to sort out different berry colours in the winery quickly, aiming to improve quality.

02/10/20

The World Meteorological Organization says the Antarctic Peninsula, on the continent's northwest tip near South America, is among the fastest warming regions on Earth.

02/07/20

Exceptional growth in premium and fine wine categories saw the value of Australian wine exports reach $2.91 billion in the 12 months to December 2019, an increase of 3 per cent in value despite a decline in volume. The average value of exported wine also increased, by 18 per cent to $3.91 per litre FOB, the highest level since 2006.

02/06/20

Already having saved wine labels like Evans & Tate upon its collapse in 2007, Fogarty's hearty roster of wine brands is made up of the Millbrook Winery in the Perth Hills, Lakes Folly in the Hunter Valley, Smithbrook in Pemberton and Deep Woods Estate at Margaret River.

02/06/20

"Growers in the Granite Belt (based around Stanthorpe) have identified that traditional French varieties, which are sensitive to hotter weather, aren't suited to the climatic conditions, but it will suit other established varieties from Europe"

02/05/20

"Looking ahead into 2020, we anticipate that coronavirus will have an impact on sales, particularly to China, but at this stage it is difficult to predict the degree of that impact," said industry body Wine Australia in its 2019 export report

02/03/20

As almost a third of Treasury's market value is erased, we examine what first drove this vicious sell-off

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