A dress grown from beer and bacteria is set to premiere at the World Expo 2015 in Milan.
Australian winemaker Simon Burnell has died after a windsurfing accident in the Margaret River region.
Accolade Wines, which counts brands like Hardys and Echo Falls as part of its portfolio, has chosen not to take part in the London Wine Fair this year.
The full year’s net profits for New Zealand’s biggest drinks company, Lion, have slipped 20% as consumption declines and consumers trade up.
Wine Australia celebrated the free trade agreement with South Korea in Seoul last week and is preparing for a visit of Chinese trade on a “hands on” tasting trip this weekend.
A Yarra Valley winery worker and her eight-year-old son have been killed in a car crash in Australia.
Riesling Downunder took place recently in Melbourne, Australia, providing the perfect opportunity for trade and consumers alike to sample a wide range of Riesling from around the world.
China’s post-boom hangover hit Australia far less than Bordeaux, and the potential for top-end wine is as great as ever, according to Andrew Caillard MW.
Treasury Wine Estate’s chief executive, Michael Clarke, has said that fiscal 2015 has “begun well” for the long-troubled Australian wine company.
A man has been arrested after allegedly opening the taps of four tanks of wine at an estate in the Barossa Valley last weekend.
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