The European wine grape crop has been hit hard by adverse weather, and with global inventories already tight, the wine available for consumption around the world will be at its lowest point in decades, according to Rabobank’s latest Global Wine Quarterly report.
The King Valley’s finest was uncorked at Parliament House in a celebration of the food, wine and tourism mega draw card – the Prosecco Road.
Wine Australia’s Export Report released shows that, in the 12 months ended 30 September 2017, Australian wine exports continued to grow strongly in both volume and value. Export value grew 13 per cent to $2.44 billion and volume grew by 9 per cent to 799 million litres.
The ACCC has issued a draft determination proposing to allow businesses in the new Eastern Energy Buyers Group (EEBG) to run joint tender processes for electricity and gas.
The ACCC has launched a new online tool for the agriculture sector to anonymously report concerns about competition or fair trading issues.
Well-known local face Rob McCarron is celebrating 35 years of service with Pacific Seeds, after starting work with the organisation in October 1982.
The first shipment of Territory mangoes to be exported to the United States (US) this season has begun the two week journey to its US importer.
Smart Berries Australia is one of the growing number of local companies rolling out Australia's new Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) early, making it easier for consumers to support local farmers and businesses.