Unseasonal Cold Takes A Heavy Toll On Wa Vineyards


Winegrowers in WA's south are counting the cost of an unexpected cold snap.

 

Grape Expectations: The Chinese Investors Buying Into The Barossa Valley


Chinese nationals are buying Australian vineyards and wineries at unprecedented levels, with up to 10 per cent of the iconic Barossa Valley now in Chinese hands.

 

The Dark Origins Of The Aperol Spritz


A history lesson in the creation of a favourite summer beverage.

 

Queensland Id Scanners Have Banned Drinker Detection Rate Of Just One In 26,000


Data obtained by the ABC shows Queensland's costly and time-consuming ID scanning program in nightlife hotspots are barely finding anyone trying to enter venues illegally.

 

Naked Wines Pulls The Pin In The Nt Over Alcohol Floor Price


Online wine retailer Naked Wines will no longer ship to the Northern Territory because of recent changes to the Liquor Act, which mandates alcohol be sold for at least $1.30 per standard drink.

 

How Australians Are Helping China Become The World’s Biggest Wine Maker


The Chinese are planning to become the world's number top wine makers and produce drops that will win back their own consumers.

 

Bank Tightens Dairy Farmer’s Lending After Leap From Processor To Independent, Forcing Closure


A dairy farmer who helped start a cooperative business to escape low farm gate prices found his bank tightening its lending, forcing him to sell his farm.

 

Bank Tightens Dairy Farmer’s Lending After Leap From Processor To Independent, Forcing Closure


A dairy farmer who helped start a cooperative business to escape low farm gate prices found his bank tightening its lending, forcing him to sell his farm.

 

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A Real Little Bottler


A semi-trailer becomes a factory when it's time to bottle wine near Canberra.

 
 
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