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.
Response from industry to ABC Four Corners report on the Murray Darling Basin
The recent ABC Four Corners program 'Cash Splash' has ignited debate over the Murray Darling Basin plan. Many different stakeholders have written detailed responses to the program which many argue has portrayed an unbalanced view of the plan.
As part of WGCSA's membership of Primary Producers SA we have a Natural Resources Management liaison. She has put together a detailed collection of the articles and letters written in response to the Four Corners report.
ACCC starts the conversation we have to have if we're going to improve our industry
A presentation from ACCC Deputy Chairman Mick Keogh at the 2019 Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference started so many conversations around me that it's obvious that the topic of contract terms is a hot issue at the moment.
During his presentation, Mick Keough took aim at contract terms. Darren Gray reports in the Sydney Morning Herald, 'Mr Keogh urged those in the audience who thought extended payment terms were justified, to consider the somewhat radical "proposal" he outlined.
SAWIA presents an Employee Relations Conference for the wine industry.
Proudly presented by the South Australian Wine Industry Association (SAWIA), the 2019 Employee Relations Conference will cover the latest developments of interest for all human resource managers/professionals and managers/leaders of people within the wine industry.
This conference is a rare opportunity to listen to and interact with leading professionals and experts and network with other wine industry professionals.
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided, along with door prizes for some lucky attendees.