Accolade Wines has secured a US$300m cross-border finance package from GE Capital International, building on its $220m deal in 2011.
Wine scientists are recreating bushfires to help understand the impact of smoke on wine production.
Wine merchant Bibendum is strengthening its Australian portfolio with the addition of three new wineries.
An Australian man reacted to a bite from one of the world’s most poisonous snakes by saying: “If I’m going to cark it, I’m going to have a beer.”
A rare collection of fortified wines held “in secret” by several generations of winemakers at Seppeltsfield’s Barossa Valley cellars has been released.
On 5 March 1811 a battle was fought in Spain that would later give its name to a now world-renowned Australian vineyard region.
A street was flooded with up to $500,000 worth of wine after a truck carrying an 11-tonne “wine bladder” collided with a car.
PLB has been named the new UK agent for Western Australian winery Capel Vale, which will distribute to the specialist, independent and on-trade markets.
Australian scientists have discovered a natural yeast strain which can reduce alcohol levels by up to 1.5%.
De Bortoli has launched a pair of wines inspired by an opera closely associated with Yarra Valley-born 19th century superstar soprano Dame Nellie Melba.
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