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News posted on Monday, 27 October 2008
Australian wine exports down but demand remains strong in Hong Kong and China
According to the latest Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation figures, Australian wine exports fell by 15% to $2.6b in the year to September 2008, but despite wine exports being down on last year, supply and demand for Australian wine has now reached a balance.
Japan meeets Granite Belt wines
Wines from Queensland's Granite Belt will be officially launched today in Japan by WINE-TREE.
A seminar where growers can get free water
Irrigators are being given the chance to win three megalitres of water by simply attending the Riverland’s annual wine industry seminar, Some Like It Hot, next month.
McLaren Vale reds lead the way
The results of this year’s Winegrapes Australia McLaren Vale Wine Show announced on Friday confirm the region’s strength lies with red wines.
McKenzie, Strachan respond to Australian winegrape harvest forecasts
In today’s service, Daily Wine News presents the comments regarding the current 2009 Australian winegrape harvest forecasts from Wine Grape Growers’ Australia executive officer, Mark McKenzie, and Winemakers’ Federation of Australia chief executive, Stephen Strachan, in response to the Friday Forum published on 10 October.