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January (No. 492)


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australian wine business

bulk wine broking



mechanical harvesting

new zealand

  • 2004 vintage Sauvignon Blanc excels
  • Screw caps in spotlight as New Zealand hosts inaugural symposium


  • Aiming for Asian opportunities – Outlook Conference 2004
  • As US recovers, competition heats up
  • Barossa hosts successful seminar
  • Bassett Award to Scudamore-Smith
  • Come on over, America loves you – Motto
  • Environment conference in February
  • Great win for Bethany Wines
  • Levy increase from vintage 2005
  • More to growing grapes than prices and economics: conference
  • New direction, new board members, for PGIBSA
  • New edition for viticultural text
  • Premier launches new wine label
  • Research recognition for Rogiers
  • Robinson retires from horticultural consultancy
  • Seppelt wins John Ryan Trophy as “best of the best”
  • Sicilian students enter the realm of Aussie winemaking
  • Survey shows NZ organic wines pesticide-free
  • Wine training specialist recognised

supplies & services

  • Winemaking moves into the O-zone

supplies and services

  • Agitation and mixing
  • Brown Brothers goes Tribal
  • Case packers work every which way
  • Net for bird control
  • Schutz IBCs a hit with growing wineries
  • Sommeliers impressed by Diam

the wine exporter

wine tourism

  • 2 eggs + flour, then stir: new recipe for winery satisfaction (Rob Geddes and Camilla Caldwell)
  • Accolades for wine tourism assembly
  • Case study: Kamberra Wine Company, aspirations on the rise
  • Research into wine tourism “triggers” under way (Jo Jalfon)
  • Unlocking the key to (successful) cellar doors (Jo Jalfon)
  • Wine tourism alive and well in the Granite Belt
  • Yering Station celebrates back-to-back victory at Victorian Tourism Awards


Grapegrower & Winemaker

AB Mauri



WID 2017