Category: Australia

Organic Crop Protectants announce the appointment of their new Territory Manager

Organic Crop Protectants is thrilled to announce the appointment of their new Territory Manager for South Australia & Sunraysia, Andrew Benger.

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Global agtech investment in Barossa

Deep Planet, founded by an Oxford University trio based in the UK and California, recently expanded their operations to Australia and have opted against opening a head office in an urban centre, rather focusing their efforts closer to the action.

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Adelaide Hills Wine Region appoints Sarah Carlson as new Executive Officer

Adelaide Hills Wine Region (AHWR), the membership body that represents wineries and grapegrowers in the region, has appointed a new executive officer: Sarah Carlson.

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Langhorne Creek Project 5255 breaks borders with Vintage 2022 participants announced

This year Langhorne Creek Grape and Wine’s innovative Project 5255 will break South Australian borders by sending fruit from the creek to the Yarra Valley.

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NFFC will continue to prevent fruit fly in Australia

The National Fruit Fly Council (NFFC) has secured funding from Hort Innovation for phase 4 of the project that will strategically coordinate fruit fly management in Australia over the next five years (2021 – 2026). 

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Riverland Wine appoints new executive officer

Independent Chair for Riverland Wine, Darren Oemcke has announced the appointment of Lyndall Rowe as the next Executive Officer (EO) at Riverland Wine.

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Project making sense of smoke impact on grapes

A project involving the installation of sensors in vineyards which will help grape growers make early decisions about their crop after smoke impact, is ramping up across North-East Victoria.

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Margaret River near miss from Western Australia bushfirefire

Margaret River finished an anxious week with its grapevines intact after a bushfire ravaged a national park in the north of the region.

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Websites and digital sales

The New Frontier With COVID closing cellar doors, producers have been looking for new ways to bolster direct to consumer (DtC) sales amidst lockdowns and restrictions. Harrison Davies looks down the avenues producers have to get their products in consumers’ hands.   The pillars of many wineries’ business is their cellar door. They have weddings, […]

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Penfolds to release second rare wine NFT on BlockBar.com, with new NFT gifting service

Penfolds Magill Cellar 3 Cabernet Shiraz. Courtesy penfolds. On Tuesday 18 January, Penfolds will launch its second NFT with BlockBar.com, the world’s first DTC NFT marketplace for wines and spirits. The second release includes limited edition NFTs tied to 300 bottles of Penfolds Magill Cellar 3 Cabernet Shiraz from the 2018 vintage. Crafted under the […]

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Young Gun – Charlie O’Brien

Charlie O’Brien continues the tradition of wine running along family lines. And he has been exposed to the industry since he was just a boy. Harrison Davies spoke with the young man who is quickly becoming a household name amongst those in the know.

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Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower & Winemaker January 2022 edition out now

The first issue of Grapegrower & Winemaker for 2022 focuses on preparations for the new vintage, while Dr Richard Smart shares his insights into the importance of reducing trunk disease in rootstock cuttings.

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New grants aim to help producers tackle South Korean market

A $500,000 grant to the Australian Food and Wine Collaboration Group aims to promote premium Australian food and wine in South Korea and several South-East Asia markets. 

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Rotapro grape bins are the wine industry’s pick

The introduction of a superior wine harvest bin to the Australian market three years ago has made Rotapro the pick of grape storage solution providers for the nation’s wine industry.

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Free Trade Agreement supports Australian exports to the United Kingdom

Australian Grape & Wine welcomes the recent announcement of the signing of the Free Trade Agreement between the Australia and the United Kingdom.

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A new face for 182-year-old McLaren Vale vineyard

“It’s only taken us 182 years to look this good!” smiles sixth generation Corrina Wright, winemaker and director of family business Oliver’s Taranga Vineyards in McLaren Vale. The family’s cellar door has been situated in their tiny stone workers cottage built in the 1850’s by the first generation on the ‘Taranga’ vineyard.

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