International Law Conference goes to Tasmania

The International Wine Law Association will hold the Australasian International Wine Law Conference in Tasmania this month.

The conference will take place from 21-23 October at The Sebel in Launceston, located in the Tamar Valley wine region.

The International Wine Law Association (IWLA, or, Association Internationale des Juristes du Droit de la Vigne et du Vin – AIDV) provides an international forum for the study and discussion of legal issues concerning the viticultural community and the wine trade – worldwide.

The association provides conferences in major winegrowing regions of the world, publications and opportunities for contact with colleagues in wine law.

A social program including welcome drinks, a Tri-Series Wine Tasting Challenge and a welcome dinner will be held on 21 October.

The conference itself will take place on 22 and 23 October. Session topics, in order, are:

– Fruit assessment protocols

– Multiple blends under one label

– Social media

– High exchange rates and other export risks

– Own sales force, own cellar door, joint ventures and other more innovative paths to market

– Export tasting panel

Wine Communicators of Australia will collaborate with the IWLA to present session three of the program on social media.

For more information on registration costs and the program, contact All Occasions Management on (08) 8125 2200 or email [email protected]