Toasting a new taste
Richard Tallis still barely knows how to pronounce Bogazkere.
A new app is helping grape growers better measure and track the development of grapes in the vineyard to assist with harvest and vineyard management decisions.
Australian winemakers are raising their glasses to a boost in export sales.
This year’s wine grape harvest in Tasmania has set new records in terms of value and volume, according to Wine Tasmania’s 2018 wine grape vintage report.
Glenhope winery Burke & Wills, near Heathcote, has won the 2017 Victorian Wine Show Premier’s Trophy.
The Dookie Wine Show is back again for its 15th year, with entries for the event closing on August 3.
Wine Australia and the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre have signed a $9million co-investment research, development and extension agreement to develop new technologies and provide practical information to growers and winemakers to increase profitability and competitiveness, as well as improve environmental sustainability.
The key to enhancing the sustainability and productivity of Australia’s established vineyards lies in better soil management, according to Nuffield scholar and viticulturist Andy Clarke.
Grapegrowers now have more tools to tackle grapevine disease and disorders, with the launch of a new app earlier this month.
Wine Australia and Vinehealth Australia are encouraging grapegrowers considering planting or replanting grapevines to use phylloxera-resistant rootstocks to future-proof their business.
A new campaign to drive international demand for Australian wine has been unveiled at Vinexpo Hong Kong.
As distribution channels become easier to navigate, the burgeoning Chinese market has ripe opportunity for wines from the Goulburn Valley and surrounds, some industry figures say.
Wine exports to China have topped $1billion for the first time, with exports jumping 51 per cent on the same time last year.
When Hayley Purbrick began working for her family’s winery eight years ago, she could never have imagined it would be the first carbon-neutral winery to be certified in Australia.
Booming exports to China have seen the Australian wine industry achieve record export levels, adding more than $2.56billion in value last year. The new figures released by Wine Australia reveal that exports to China have increased by more than half...
Darcy Hare doesn’t quite fit the typical stereotype of someone passionate about water and policy.
Dozens of irrigators and community leaders are marching in Melbourne this morning to protest the impact of the Murray Darling Basin Plan on their communities. “We want to be heard. We want the ministers to listen to our concerns and understand...
Drought conditions and flooding caused by water spilling out of the Barmah Choke have left brumbies in Barmah National Park starving, forcing local volunteers to handfeed them in an attempt to keep them alive.