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The Winemakers Federation of Australia (WFA) says the industry must also continue to engage in the wine and health debate and do more to increase access to international markets through the promotion of free trade agreements. "The actions are all
Delegat's Group, the winemaker which this year bought Australia's Barossa Valley Estate brand, expects operating profit to rise by about 10 per cent in 2014, though it warns a high kiwi dollar may hurt earnings. Net operating earnings are expected to
Australia's most progressive Church, but the NSW congregation is the talk of the internet.
Australian Vintage's brands include McGuigan, Miranda, Nepenthe, Tempus Two and Yaldara. Australian Vintage chairman Ian Ferrier says the global area under vine continues to decline. "We are cautiously optimistic that globally the wine industry
The collection which went on sale earlier this week comprises two Bordeaux blends. The Blanc is a white described as having an expressive notes with classic notes of tangerine; the Claret is said to have gorgeous scents of wild berries...Though beer
De Bortoli Wines, one of Australia's largest family-owned wine groups, has swung back into profitability after posting a $24.7 million loss in 2012 as rising equities markets helped boost the winemaker's extensive share portfolio, with costs at its
Global drinks giant Treasury Wine Estates was Monday facing a class-action lawsuit from Australian shareholders after oversupply issues forced six million bottles of wine to be poured down the drain. Law firm Maurice Blackburn and class action funder
Pat Kent, and his wife, Sally, manage Kingsford Homestead ( www.kingsfordhomestead.com .au), a high-end resort in South Australia's Barossa Valley wine region...Kingsford is a luxury country retreat in the Barossa Valley, 45 minutes from Adelaide. It'
Treasury Wine Estates, the world's largest pure-play winemaker, has warned that consumer demand for wine in China has softened as a result of August's leadership change and a recent austerity drive by the communist government. The slowdown in the
Australian cuisine might be hard to define, but tourism officials are banking on our multicultural offerings to increase traveller numbers. Tourism Australia was due to launch ''Restaurant Australia'' at a wine conference in Adelaide on Monday, which