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New agreement to support current and future needs of grape and wine producers

Wine Australia and the Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) have entered into a four-year agreement that will maintain unique skills at the AWRI, support rapid response to industry emergencies and transition to new areas of future capability to support the Australian grape and wine sector.

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Oregon State researchers discover compounds contributing to smoke taint in wine and grapes

An Oregon State University-led research team has discovered a class of compounds that contribute to smoke taint in wine and grapes.

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Viticulturists one step closer to advanced computer vision

Vineyard owners can’t have their eyes everywhere, all the time. That’s why ground-based vision systems are becoming tricks of the trade.

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New pathways for winemakers to get Stateside

Australian winemakers can now access a dedicated online tool to help them target the United States market thanks to the Australian Government’s Agricultural Trade and Market Access Cooperation (ATMAC) grants program, a component of the Agribusiness Expansion Initiative (ABEI).

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New canopy surveillance systems are set to ring in the age of precision viticulture

Artificial intelligence and computer vision have advanced in leaps and bounds in the past decade. Now, Australian winegrowers are primed to add these technologies to their arsenal.

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Pernod Ricard brings nature to centre stage

Last week, employees from Pernod Ricard came together to work towards creating greater sustainability for the 10th annual Responsib’ALL Day.

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High power ultrasonics hope to boost wine business profitability

A wine technology start-up is seeking funding for what it describes as the future of Australian winemaking

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Finlayson’s – Transitioning To The Next Vintage

Successful succession of Australian family wine businesses to the next generation is a critical issue for the sector, as well as for the individual families involved. Done well, succession can enhance the relationships of parents with their children and take the business to a higher level. Done poorly, it can lead to family break down and business failure.

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Eco-bottle targets wine industry’s carbon hotspot

A wine bottle made entirely from Australian-sourced 100% recycled PET plastic hopes to reshape the carbon footprint of wine by targeting the industry’s environmental hotspot, the glass bottle.

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SA Pruning Championships results

A new record was set at the 2022 SA Pruning Championships, held in the Clare Valley at Kilikanoon Wines last Friday, with a woman being crowned the winner for the first time.

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AWRI seeks new chair as Louisa Rose’s term ends

The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) Board is seeking a new Chair, as the term of long-standing and highly respected chair, Louisa Rose, comes to an end later this year.

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Opportunity for the beverage industry to improve sustainability and reduce costs

According to a new Rabobank report, returnable, refillable bottles are not only the most sustainable packaging solution. As packaging costs rise, they could also become the most economical.  

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Early wage rise for Endeavour Group hospitality team in July

More than 15,000 employees at drinks and hospitality business Endeavour Group will be getting their wage increase in July – three months earlier than expected.

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Winners from Australia’s first Zero Alcohol Wine Show announced

The winners of Australia’s first wine show dedicated to zero alcohol wines were announced last week. The 2022 Winepilot Zero Alcohol Wine Show tasting was held in May with five of Australia’s leading wine judges tasting through most of the zero alcohol wines currently available in Australia.

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Wine Australia strengthens focus on sector’s sustainability

Wine Australia has announced a new multidisciplinary focus on sustainability, and environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG).

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2022 vintage hopes to restore depleted New Zealand wine stocks

New Zealand grape growers and wineries are breathing a sigh of relief following an improved vintage in 2022 that will help the industry rebuild stocks and sales, reports New Zealand Winegrowers.

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