Wine Australia’s Export Report, released today, reveal double digital growth for local exporters in the 12 months to 30 September 2016, up 10% to a total value of $2.17 billion. Overseas fans are not only drinking more, they’re drinking better, with bottled exports up 14% to $1.8 billion and the average value increasing by 9% to $5.47 per litre, a 13-year high.
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I’m pleased to share this recent webinar by the Australian Wine & Research Institute dealing with the key issues that face Australian winemakers when focusing or ...
I gotta give it to Australian wine producers, they figured out how to use marketing to sell shit wine to Americans, Yellow Tail, 19 crimes, 4...
Well, wine directors and sommeliers are loving it these days. “Cool climate versions from areas like California, Australia, South Africa, Chile and New Zealand will gain even more popularity on wine lists,” predicts Gino Colangelo, president of Colangelo & Partners, one of the largest fine-wine-focused PR agencies in the country.
Australian Wine is also well received by the market due to varied price points, stable quality, continuous marketing, industry star rating, etc. Importers gained confidence from the implementation of CHAFTA in late 2015.
Not only is Wine In A Glass fully recyclable, it’s also Australian-owned, bottled, packed an printed using premium Australian wine and proudly supporting Australian wineries. Its convenience and ability to offer incredibly fast serve-times for busy bars makes Wine In A Glass the natural choice for sporting events, festivals, picnics or barbecues.
3° International Wine Business Research Conference, Montpellier, 6-7-8 July 2006 Refereed paper 3 Behind the Australian wine industry success: Does environment matter?