Sitting with Richard Dolan, Joint Managing Director of Bec Hardy Wines – overlooking the sun kissed Tipsy Hill vineyard in the Blewitt Springs sub-region of McLaren Vale. Richard and his wife Bec Hardy acquired the pocket-sized vineyard in 2016. Richard is very interested in exploring the feasibility of acquiring more vineyards in the “up… Read More »Bec Hardy Wines
Visiting the Barossa Valley to enjoy some of its magnificent wine is nothing short of a rewarding experience. You’ll stumble across some of the passionate industry workers that never tire to further open your eyes to the wonderful world that is traditional Australian wine. Each drop tells a unique story that the winemaker has expressed from… Read More »Rockford Wines
By Rachna Jain Even though the barrel tracking technologies such as QR codes, barcodes and identification labels have been quite popular in the wine sector for a long time, they seem to be under a threat from the radio frequency… Read More »RFID and Wine – The Perfect Pair.
The Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China reported that “anti-dumping measures on some Australian wine imports from 28th March 2021 for five years”. This means that Australian wines cannot consider China as a significant export market anylonger.… Read More »The loss of China as a significant export market for Australian wines
One of the good things that has happened over the last year during the pandemic has beenn the massive surge in digital e-commerce. Consumer buying behaviour has completely changed and this has forced the wine industry to focus on digital… Read More »Digital wine sales are booming and now is the time to embrace it
A new Australian-developed technology suite called eBottli has been launched, with the potential to protect the wine export industry against the booming global trade in counterfeit wines. Developed with the support of the South Australian Government, eBottli delivers a… Read More »An Entire New Australian Technology – eBottli