Treasury Wine Estates is embracing the “evolving” market of Asia as last week’s results revealed profits for the region were up 52%.
A surgeon has launched legal action against an air conditioning company, claiming it destroyed his £200,000 wine collection.
Australia’s Leeuwin Estate has released the 2013 vintage of its “Art Series” Riesling, which it has declared one of its “finest”.
An Australian winemaker accused of emptying thousands of litres worth of wine from a rival’s tanks has had the charges thrown out of court.
Tinder has caused the decline of live music venues with people no longer going to pubs to “pick up” and instead taking first dates on “chic dining experiences”, believes one music promoter.
Treasury Wine Estates is toasting its “first successful year” in its transition to a “brand-led marketing organisation.”
A Tasmanian whisky producer is hoping to ride on a global thirst for luxury spirits by launching the region’s most expensive ever bottling.
Australian producer, Brown Brothers, has joined UK agent Fells.
More than half of wineries in Western Australia are loss-making, according to a report published by The Winemakers’s Federation of Australia.
Yangarra Estate Vineyard’s Peter Fraser has been named by eminent wine critic James Halliday as Australian Winemaker of the Year.
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