Australian wine exports rose by 3.6 per cent in volume and 3.9 per cent in value of wine exports in the 12 months to end of March 2015, according to the latest findings from the Australian Grape and Wine...

Wine exports set to grow in Japan after free trade agreement The signing of a Japan Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA) by Prime Ministers Shinzo Abe and Tony Abbott “opens the door for...

Australian wine industry "taking action" to lift profitability The peak industry body for Australian winemakers, the Winemakers’ Federation of Australia (WFA) has released released an action...

Australian supplier of raw-materials for glass-makers, Penrice Soda Ltd has asked its shareholders to remain optimistic in spite of on-going economic difficulties in the company. Penrice Soda has been...

A change to the Wine Australia Corporation Act 1980 means that from now on, ‘Sherry’ produced in Australia must no longer be called “sherry” but can be called ‘Cream, crusted/crusting...

The ongoing oversupply of grapes and a volatile Australian dollar are exacerbating the difficulties faced by many Australian wineries, according to the annual financial benchmarking survey for the Australian...

With speculation rife that beer and wine will be subjected to tax hikes in the upcoming budget, the Australian Winemakers Federation has expressed fears about the future for the sector. CEO Stephen Strachan...