Australian wineries will soon be better equipped for wine tourism and to grow exports, with new funding boosting workshop opportunities.
As the Australian table grape export season starts, Australian growers have headed to Vietnam to boost trade relations.
International demand for fine Australian wine continues to grow, with wine exports jumping 10 per cent in value last year.
As inland Australia braces for more hot weather, a researcher from the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre is studying the impact of heatwaves on the physiology and composition of Shiraz grapes.
Industry leaders in Australia’s grape and wine sector are being encouraged to apply for the 2019 Future Leaders program.
The gallery at Mitchelton Winery has never seen so many varieties of wine.
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.
Australian wine export values and volumes have reached all-time record levels with the value of wine exports up 20 per cent to $2.76billion and export volumes up 10 per cent to 852million litres.
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.
Local government, indigenous, farming and community groups have slammed Prime Minister Scott Morrison for declining an invitation to meet a local delegation about the water crisis, accusing him of handballing the problem.
Dairy farmers have one bargaining chip.
About 620 Gl of water in the River Murray system was lost between June 1, 2018 and January 31, 2019 according to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority (MDBA). Hot and dry conditions combined with low inflows, high demands and the need for overbank...