An Australian company estimates there’s $600 in valuable material sitting unused in every tonne of winery waste. Brent Balinski spoke to Professor Enzo Palombo about what’s trapped in there, and how to get it out.
Groundbreaking South Australian research is showing damaging proteins can be more efficiently stripped from white wines to stop clouding.
High-tech tracking and blockchain data is guarding Australia’s premium wine industry from fakes.
Australian wine brands continue to perform well in global markets according to Wine Intelligence’s Global Wine Brand Power Index 2020. The Casella family’s famous Australian Yellow Tail brand and Chile’s Casillero del Diablo topped the index in what is its third year, illustrating the power of new world wines. Australian and Chilean brands perform well…
Australian-made IoT offering enables ‘digital birth certificates’ for wine throughout $350 billion global market
An Australian company has developed an electronic solution embedded in bottle caps to provide wine authentication and other information to customers.
At least one area of value-adding exports are booming – premium wines. Figures from Wine Australia showed the total value of Australian wine exports grew by three per cent to $2.91 billion in the 12 months to December 2019. The good news is that exports of higher valued wines – those above $10 per litre…
BlackRock, the mega funds manager which this week announced an exit from coal investments, has joined the share register of the producer of the iconic Australian red wine Penfolds Grange. The company has bought 7.3 million shares worth $250 million in Australia’s leading wine producer Treasury Wine Estates (ASX: TWE) over recent weeks. The global…
A full set of Penfolds Grange spanning 65 vintages from 1951 to 2015 has set a new world record for the iconic Australian red wine selling for $AU372,000.
A 64-bottle collection of Australia’s most famous wine, Penfolds Grange, is expected to fetch a record $AU350,000 when it is auctioned online this week.
Energy company AGL has installed more than 10,300 solar panels across the company’s two Barossa Valley wineries in South Australia, with a predicted annual generation of 4,000 megawatt-hours.