This month has seen us back on the road for a series of EcoVineyards workshops and the launch of the natural predator booklet written by our very own Dr Mary Retallack. We still have one more session on December 16 at the Islander Estate Vineyards on Kangaroo Island, feel free to join us!
In other news, the weather continues to wreak havoc on growers across the state with unpredictable storms and heavy rainfall. PIRSA is leading the response to the storms and conducted a survey throughout November to learn more about the effects on primary producers. I encourage you to keep up to date with the latest information on the PIRSA website.
As we edge closer to vintage, grape contracts are top of mind. We have put together an article about contracts, keep reading for more information.
New look for WGCSA
WGCSA has recently undertaken an update of its brand identity with the help of Nicknack, one of Australia’s leading agencies for strategic marketing solutions.
Peter Rufus from Nicknack worked closely with us to develop an identity that accurately reflected the vision and values of WGCSA, whilst also providing flexibility in terms of colour, typography and messaging. Two keywords emerged from the brand discovery that underpinned the process for developing the brand identity: Innovation and Courage.
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