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News posted on Friday, 24 October 2008
Barossa voted one of the world’s top 10 wine destinations
The Barossa has been named one of the world’s top 10 wine destinations by the world’s largest online travel community, TripAdvisor.
Waterfind launches new water trading system
National water brokers Waterfind, has launched a new live water trading system for the Australian water market.
Nomacorc establishes new corporate centre of Oxygen Management Research
Nomacorc, the world’s leading producer of alternative wine closures, has announced the creation of an international corporate Center of Oxygen Management Research at the world-renowned InterRhone Institute near Avignon, France.
Wine and wisdom celebrated at 31st Annual Qantas Wine Show of Western Australia Awards Dinner
It was an all round celebration of wisdom when the 31st Annual Qantas Wine Show of Western Australia announced the Houghton 2007 Wisdom Chardonnay as the winner of the Qantas Award for Best Wine of Show.
New general manager for Haselgrove
Haselgrove Wines chairman, Keith Smith has announced the appointment of Mr Gordon Grant to the position of General Manager, Haselgrove Wines with responsibility for both the McLaren Vale Custom Crush and Haselgrove branded wine businesses.
Tractor takes home trophy
Oranje Tractor Wines, one of the State’s smallest wineries and one of only a handful of organic producers, has taken home the Pam McGregor Trophy for the best aged Riesling at the 2008 Qantas Wine Show of Western Australia in the face of some stiff competition from the big players in town.
Langhorne Creek Code Breakers head to Melbourne
Under the banner of 'The Code Breakers', ten of Langhorne Creek’s wineries recently joined forces to provide consumers with clues for unlocking Langhorne Creek’s secrets.
Portavin’s new website now online
Portavin are pleased to advise that its redesigned website is now live and online.
Quick stats update from CellarDoorMETRICS®
South Australia’s Limestone Coast seems to be on a winning streak, with their average cellar door sales blitzing the charts again this week. Their average visitor spending AU$41.85.