Dan Murphy’s has revealed the winners of its 2021 Decoded Wine Awards, after 12 experts tasted over 1000 wines. “As wine experts, our judging panellists
China has accused Australia of ruining the relationship between the two countries as new figures show tens of thousands of litres of Australian wine were
Marlborough wine producer, Lawson’s Dry Hills, has this week achieved carbon zero status having met the requirements of ISO14064 and received accreditation from Toitu. ISO
The world’s largest cork products company, Corticeira Amorim, posted a 14% fall in net 2020 profit on Wednesday as the pandemic hit sales of its
The interesting thing about wine, is that no one wine is the same as the next. This reigns true with certified organic and biodynamic winemaker Gemtree Wines, based in South Australia’s McLaren Vale wine region.
South Australia recently published its agtech strategy with one of the key pillars being technology compatibility¹, which was highlighted as one of the key frustrations in the stakeholder survey that helped to inform it.
The Summer 2021 issue of the Wine & Viticulture Journal will be released this Wednesday. With the 2021 vintage imminent, this issue has a particular
Australian wines made from the variety Pinot Blanc, or Pinot Bianco as it is known in Italy, will be the focus of the next regular
The results of the Wine & Viticulture Journal’s recent tasting of Australian Grenache are among the highlights of the just-released Spring issue of the magazine.
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.
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.
Interviews from the first day of the Australian Wine Industry Technical Confrence with:
In April 2019, the Winetitles team headed to Sunraysia to gather some stories on the local grape and wine industry.
There are currently nine separate outbreaks of Mediterranean fruit fly (Med-fly) being managed by Primary
Agronomists and growers are welcome to join Syngenta at their latest vineyard demonstration site at
Australian Export Products Network (AEPN) is offering up to $2.35 million of support to the
Wine equipment supply veterans Australian & New Zealand Winemakers (based in Australia) and Vitis (based
A unique event will bring together wine packagers and designers to showcase their latest innovations