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Providing strategic support to the Australian wine sector

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Established in 1981, Wine Australia plays a central role in supporting the nation's estimated $4 billion wine sector.

The organisation is a statutory authority of the Australian Government.

Australia is the fourth largest exporter of wine by volume and has around 4% of total world wine production. The Australian wine sector exports to more than 100 countries and has become a respected leader globally in combining tradition with new ideas and technology.

Wine Australia's functions and objectives
Wine Australia's objects, functions and powers are set out in the the Wine Australia Corporation Act 1980 and its associated Regulations. These include:

  • promoting and controlling export grape products from Australia
  • promoting and controlling the sale and distribution and after export og Australian grape products
  • promote trade and commerce in grape products
  • improve the production and consumption of grape products
  • regulate the sale, export and import of wine

Wine Australia has its head office in Adelaide, an office in Sydney, and a network of Wine Australia offices in the UK and Ireland, the United States, Canada, Japan, China and Hong Kong. 


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