The Australian Prime Minister has been ridiculed for the contents of his wine cellar, which critics claim makes a mockery of the country’s wine industry.
A new species of European beetle has been deployed in Australia to fight swarms of bush flies wreaking havoc on the region’s wine industry.
The impact of China’s austerity measures continue to hurt the Australian wine industry, but China’s middle classes are emerging as its potential saviour.
A magistrate has come up with a novel approach to tackling drug abuse.
The 16th annual Daniel Pontifex scholarship has been awarded to Alexander Kirkwood of Sydney’s Rockpool Bar and Grill.
Maria Casella, co-founder of Casella Family Brands and its flagship brand Yellow Tail, has died aged 87.
Australian winemakers will receive better protection when dealing with supermarket giant Woolworths, if a new code implemented after 12 months of negotiations is successful.
Promising journalists, bloggers and columnists are being called upon to enter the third annual Alan Lodge International Young Spirits Writer of the Year Award.
The man behind Treasury Wine Estates has called the company’s US venture a “nightmare from day one” urging whoever takes it over to sell it.
With offers for Treasury Wine Estates now coming thick and fast, Ron Emler looks at the reasons behind the recent flurry, and wonders what the players could have in store.
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