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Medal winners in the first Paris Wine Cup announced

With so many wine brands competing for space in any wine store or restaurant, how do you choose which wines to buy over another. Well the medal winner in the first Paris Wine Cup could be the place to look for not only is it judged by leading wine buyers of France but also Master […]

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Winery personnel input sought for survey – with a chance to win a $250 gift card!

If your job is in an Australian or New Zealand winery, then we’d like to hear from you. The Winery Engineering Association and Winetitles Media are conducting a survey about your winery operations. By answering a few short questions, you can have a chance to WIN a $250 Visa Gift Card. The survey results will […]

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Winery personnel input sought for survey – with a chance to win a $250 gift card!

If your job is in an Australian or New Zealand winery, then we’d like to hear from you. The Winery Engineering Association and Winetitles Media are conducting a survey about your winery operations. By answering a few short questions, you can have a chance to WIN a $250 Visa Gift Card. The survey results will […]

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Entries invited for varietal Grenache tasting

Grenache, a variety that copes well in the heat, doesn’t need much water and has experienced a rise in popularity in Australia in recent years, will be the focus of the next regular tasting undertaken by the Wine & Viticulture Journal (WVJ). Australian producers of single-variety Grenache are invited to register their interest in the […]

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Making sense of sensory

AWRI Commercial Services offers a wide range of sensory services to the wine industry, including those related to assessment of smoke-affected wines. Expert sensory staff and highly trained sensory panels combined with world-class facilities allow tailored sensory solutions to be provided. Core sensory services include: Technical quality sensory assessment This allows an independent evaluation of […]

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BTN launches a solution for the industry during the pandemic

Beverage Trade Network launches GetDrinksDelivered to offer small business owners a widespread platform during the COVID-19 phase. You might be delivering, but not everyone might know about it – so how are you going to make customers see that you’re delivering? This is exactly why Beverage Trade Network is launching Get Drinks Delivered. Get Drinks […]

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Wine industry maintains export revenue growth

The latest annual Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Directory (WID) reveals global demand for Australian wine showing no signs of waning in 2019 with the value of exports continuing its upward trajectory of another 4% to $2.86 billion, coupled with a 10% increase in value per litre achieved at $3.58 per litre. Though exports […]

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International Wine Challenge Judging Postponed due to Coronavirus

In light of the global COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on everybody, the International Wine Challenge (IWC) will be postponing its April 2020 judging. The IWC will be moving the judging process to November 2020 and results will be published just before the Christmas trading period. All existing entries will be transferred automatically to the […]

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USA Trade Tasting 2020 Postponed

In the interest of addressing the health and safety concerns of our stakeholders the Executive Committee of Beverage Trade Network, Organizer of USA Trade Tasting show in New York has made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 USA Trade Tasting to May 25-26, 2021. Over the last few days, it became clear that keeping […]

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London Wine, Beer and Spirits Competitions postponed over coronavirus

London Spirits Competition, London Wine Competition and London Beer Competition were set to happen from March 23 to March 26 and is now postponed to July 6 to 8, 2020. Beverage Trade Network, the organizer of the competitions said safety of our judges and our staff was top priority and it was best we delayed […]

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Maximise your yields with Phenolic Adjustment

VAF Memstar has the perfect solution to get your output volume back on track. Using our advanced membranes, selective to phenolic compounds, our proprietary adjustment process improves the colour and quality of pressings (making it more selective than using fining agents). This increase in quality allows for up to 70-80% to be graded and blended […]

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Treating smoke taint in wines with VAF Memstar

Sadly, grapegrowers and winemakers have yet again been dramatically affected by bushfires which have directly damaged vineyards and wineries. Even where the damage was not to their physical assets, the smoke which has lingered in so many of our growing regions has created great anxiety about the ultimate quality of crops. At VAF Memstar, our […]

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Allergen residue testing

Casein, skim milk and egg (whites and albumin) are commonly used fining agents in winemaking, but potentially leave traces in finished wine that could cause allergies in some sensitive people. Screening wine for allergen residues is critical if exporting to the European Union (EU) or to Canada through the Liquor Control Board of Ontario. Unfiltered […]

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Controlling CO2 and O2 in wine

In the wine industry there are many applications that require the addition or removal of gases. The control of both carbon dioxide and oxygen is paramount in both the product and any make-up fluids to prevent spoilage or changes to the product. Whilst there are existing methods used to control the levels of both carbon […]

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Exporting wine made easy

Exporting wine overseas can seem very complicated, but AWRI Commercial Services makes the process as easy as possible. The highly experienced customer service team can advise on the analytical requirements for different countries and work through the paperwork needed for each specific export destination. Late harvest and botrytised wines can be exported with the VI1 […]

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Tri Base Blue

Now with a wider usage rate, Nufarm’s Tri-Base Blue will tick all your boxes. Extensive research by our research and development team has allowed us to register a new low rate of 125mL/100L reduces copper load and cost without compromising the superior control of downy mildew you expect from Tri-Base Blue.

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