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Rabobank has predicted further growth for the New Zealand wine industry, but warned it would not be as evenly distributed among producers as in the past.


It's rare to hear of an Australian startup raising a whole round in the tens of millions within Australia. But online wine deal company, Vinomofo has done it. It raised AUD$25 million from Blue Sky Venture Capital to bolster rapid domestic growth and help expand internationally.


Peter Deutsch hit it big bringing affordable Australian wine to the U.S. Then he poured a fortune into a troubled Chinese stock. And when his brokerage stood in his way, he fought back.


From April 2015 to March 2016, there continued to be encouraging signs of an upward trend in the US with the value of exports increasing by 4 per cent to US$336.8 million, reaffirming its place as Australia's most valuable wine export market.


The value of Australian wine exports grew by 13% in the year to the end of March, continuing the long-term premiumisation of the country's produce.


New Zealand's wine industry will gain duty-free access into seven new countries under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the Government said in a statement.


A new-look Central Otago wine map showcasing 58 wineries will make it easier for people to plan their winery experiences.


Mediterranean fruit fly have been detected in Highgate, in Adelaide's inner south.


Deputy Prime Minister, Bill English, accompanied by Alfred Ngaro - National Party List MP for Te Atatu - visited Babich Wines in Henderson on Friday (1 April) to find out what it takes to keep a family owned, New Zealand wine brand going, successfully, for 100 years.


As long-standing a wine commentator as Chris Losh has seen trends come and go. But, how successful has the wine category been at following - or even setting - these trends?


Slowly but surely, Australian wines, at least those of high quality and in the $20 to $50 range, are regaining their foothold in export markets


The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) is investigating ways to use grape marc to reduce livestock methane emissions - thought to be a major cause of global warming.


The good news keeps coming for Treasury Wine Estates and its core brand, Penfolds, which was named the world's most admired wine brand for 2016 by Drinks International.


Treasury's Asian business was the standout performer in the first half of 2015-16 as it more than doubled profits to $46.5 million to be within a whisker of overtaking the Australasian operations in the contribution to overall profits at the company, which makes Penfolds, Wolf Blass and Wynns.


One of Marlborough's best-known wine producers has partnered with a venture capitalist company to find the next big idea that changes how consumers approach wine. Brancott Estate, which pioneered the planting of sauvignon blanc in the 1970s, is working with Sydney company BlueChilli on a project called Winexplorer.


This month brought good news from Wine Australia with the value of exports rocketing by 14% to $2.1 billion in 2015. These figures represent the best result since 2007. However, a different picture of the wine industry emerges from submissions made to the Senate Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport References Committee Inquiry, due to report on 12 February 2016. Change is clearly needed but given the wide gap in views is the industry's future sustainable?


Should the alleged deal be completed, Indevin - which is New Zealand's largest wine producer - will acquire 600 hectares of vines in the Upper Wairau as well as 1,000ha of adjoining bare land: the biggest single unplanted site in Marlborough


NSW Riverina winemaker Casella Family Brands has snapped up the Howcroft Estate Vineyards near South Australia's Limestone Coast in the first big vineyards deal of the year


Fans Can Enter the Villa Maria Sweepstakes for a Chance to "Wine and Dine" with the Band


Biagio Cru & Estate Wines collaborates with Australian Wine brand, Five O'Clock Somewhere; Portfolio of exclusive wines available in select U.S. markets

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