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Coonawarra vintage more than just a grape harvest

The Coonawarra Grape and Wine industry will herald in the 2024 vintage with the clinking of glasses and sound of bagpipes, with community members and dignitaries set to gather at the iconic Coonawarra Railway Siding for the official Vintage Launch Ceremony.

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Three winemakers named as finalists for SA Woman of the Year

Joining a list of almost 40 finalists, winemakers Kate Goodman, Corrina Wright and Lauren Langfield have been announced as finalists in The Advertiser Sunday Mail Woman of the Year Awards for 2024. In the lead up to International Women’s Day, the list recognises “inspirational” South Australian women across a variety of fields, from STEM stars to sports standouts.

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Thirteen Australians listed among top 100 winemakers

International drinks publication The Drinks Business has unveiled its list of the year’s ‘Top 100 Master Winemakers’, with 13 Australians on the 100-strong list. The Drinks Business Master Winemaker 100 is an annual guide celebrating the world’s top winemakers and their wines. First published in 2020, the names on the list are selected from wines that have achieved the Drinks Business’ highest accolade – a Masters medal in the Global Masters tasting series.

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Young Gun: Zoë Downer

Bringing labels to the forefront Selling wine is an inherent part of the wine industry and while winegrape varieties and winemaking styles obviously play a

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Passito Uncorked – Dessert in a glass

Passito has roots in ancient traditions in Europe and, like many ancient traditions, is over-ripe for innovation in Australian winemaking. Journalist Harrison Davies looked at producers in Australia who are using new techniques to craft this ancient beverage.

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The tempting taste of Trousseau

Smallfry Wines is a partnership in business and life between Suzi Hilder and Wayne Ahrens. Viticulturists bitten by the winemaking bug, the couple acquired a farm in the Barossa Valley which contained an assortment of unidentified varieties including, as they would eventually learn, Trousseau.

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Winetitles Exclusive Videos

The Barossa Cellar

A one hectare vineyard in South Australia’s Barossa is now home to 2,000 vines from some of the regions most iconic vineyards. The vine cuttings selected originate from many of the oldest Shiraz vines in the world! The Barossa Cellar planted these cuttings in July 2020 in the hope of uniting the region, ensuring preservation of the vines and showcasing the potential of Barossa Shiraz.

Road to Recovery – Barrister’s Block Wines

Owner of Barrister’s Block Wines, Jan Siemelank-Allen, recalls the day that the Cudlee Creek bushfire destroyed her Adelaide Hills vineyard in late 2019. She outlines her losses and demonstrates the resilience needed to recover from the disaster.

AWITC Interview Series

Interviews from the first day of the Australian Wine Industry Technical Confrence with:

  • Carolyn Coon & Kristie Keyte from Treasury Wine Estates on TWEforShe
  • Tony Battaglene from Australian Grape and Wine Incorporated (Australian Grape & Wine, AGW)
  • Mick Keogh from the ACCC
  • Andreas Clark from Wine Australia

Sunraysia Region Interview Series

In April 2019, the Winetitles team headed to Sunraysia to gather some stories on the local grape and wine industry.

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