Australia

Australia accuses Canada of discriminating against imported wines

Australia has filed an official complaint with the World Trade Organisation accusing Canada of placing "discriminatory" rules on the sales of imported wine.

China further reduces tariffs on Australian wine

At a time when Australian wine exports to China are at an all time high, China has further reduced tariffs on Australian bottled and bulk wine, which is set to boost Australian wine exports to the country.

d’Arenberg ‘Cube’ proves popular attraction

The AU$13 million ‘Cube’ constructed in the vineyards of d’Arenberg in McLaren Vale has reportedly proved to be a popular attraction with 1,000 people a day visiting it since its opening last year.

Chardonnay Masters 2017: the results in full

Where once the choice for Chardonnay drinkers was either a big, buttery, oaky expression or, in response, an austere, lighter version, now producers have found an appealing middle ground, as Patrick Schmitt MW and fellow judges discover.

Fine wine diversifies further

November 10th, 2017

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