The Wine Grape Council of SA (WGCSA) is the peak body for South Australian grapegrowers
funded through a voluntary levy paid on all winegrapes sold from SA vineyards.
How did the 2018 harvest go for grape growers across SA?
One of the highlights of our 2018 Grape Grower Roadshows was getting to know growers across the state. It was great to hear the challenges growers in each region face and what they want to see from their state representative body.
At each of the events we put a camera in front of a few growers to hear how their harvest went and their thoughts on WGCSA among other things. Click the button to watch and be sure to check out our whole Video Library with interviews with industry experts and WGCSA Councillors.
Labour hire licensing postponed to February 2019
The South Australian Wine Industry Association (SAWIA) provides an update on the Labour Hire licensing laws that were set to be enforced from September 1.
The big news is that to ensure that there is sufficient time for the State Government to consider and properly address the issues raised by the stakeholders, Consumer and Business Services made the decision on 5 June 2018 not to enforce the legislation until 1 February 2019.
Seasonal Climate Outlook from the Bureau of Meterology
Each quarter, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) prepares and presents a 'Seasonal Climate Outlook' briefing at the quarterly meeting held with Primary Producers SA and the Department of Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA).
The Wine Grape Council of SA is a foundation member of Primary Producers SA (PPSA). PPSA brings together the five key primary industry commodity associations for a strong, viable primary production sector in South Australia.
In this Seasonal Climate Outlook briefing the key points are: