Tag: china

Wine exports to flow

Limestone Coast wineries have a double reason to celebrate, following news that China has decided to remove wine tariffs.
Late last week it was announced...

China wine hope

There is a glimmer of hope for exporting Coonawarra vignerons after China outlined an interim set of recommendations that could lead to the removal...

Win for wines

Coonawarra vignerons have welcomed an agreement between the Australian and Chinese governments on a pathway to lift Chinese tariffs on Australian wine. Tariffs of up...

Burdon hits new heights

What a year 2023 has turned out to be for Millicent professional motorbike stunt rider Josh Burdon as his international career has reached a...

‘Perfect storm’ buffets wineries

The Australian wine industry has faced many challenges and lots of adversity over the past couple of years and Coonawarra is no exception. The Chinese...

Exporters adapt to market turmoil

So far, 2022 has been a challenging year for exporters around the world, and these challenges have been felt in the Australian red meat...

Innovation on agenda

After a three-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Growing SA Conference is back in 2022. Growing SA 2022’s theme is sustainability and the conference program...

Fishers remain in port

Professional lobster fishers in numbers along the South East coast are choosing to stay in port and save costs associated with bait and fuel. They...

Regional lobster fishers pleased with opening catch

Professional lobster fishers along the South East coast are happy with the opening beach (wholesale) price of $70 per kilogram. Industry sources expect them to...

Lobster season ready to rock

The Southern Zone Rock Lobster season opens tomorrow, with a strong domestic sales focus expected. Dozens of professional lobster licence holders spent the weekend getting...

Brand’s Laira
 pride of China

Coonawarra-based winery Brand’s Laira has bucked trade restrictions on Australian wines by China to receive the Coonawarra Wine of the Year trophy at the...