Australian Grape & Wine Incorporated (Australian Grape & Wine) is the peak national body for the Australian wine industry.
Australian Grape & Wine's vision is to lead and represent a united, sustainable, dynamic and internationally renowned Australian wine sector.
The AGW mission is to create a political, social and regulatory environment across the production and supply chain that facilitates:
Australian Grape & Wine was created as a single, national, united representative body for Australian grape growing and winemaking business, from the amalgamation of the Winemakers' Federation of Australia and Australian Vignerons on 1 February 2019
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Wine Australia is an Australian Government statutory authority governed by the Australian Grape and Wine Authority Act 2013 (AGWA Act).
Their role is to coordinate or fund grape and wine research and development (R&D), control the export of wine from Australia, and increase the demand for Australian wine, both in Australia and overseas, through targeted promotion and marketing activities.
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The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) is the Australian grape and wine industry’s own research organisation. It supports a sustainable and successful grape and wine industry through world class research, practical solutions and knowledge transfer.
The Australian Society of Viticulture and Oenology was founded in 1980 as a non-political organisation to serve the interests of practicing winemakers and viticulturists by encouraging the exchange of technical information.
The Society has held over 40 one-day seminars since it was established and, in conjunction with The Australian Wine Research Institute, organises the Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference every three years.
The Society has awarded over 20 scholarships for research and international study visits.
The ASVO membership now exceeds 700 individuals and affiliated companies.
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.
Representing winemakers of South Australia. A not-for-profit incorporated association, funded by voluntary member subscriptions.
A statutory authority that collects levies from all vineyard owners to fund quarantine activities to protect the state’s vineyards from pests and diseases.
Formely Phylloxera and Grape Industry Board of South Australia.
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Primary Producers SA was established too present one voice to government and the wider community on cross-commodity issues affecting primary producers in South Australia.
Each of PPSA’s foundation members (Grain Producers SA, Livestock SA, the Horticulture Coalition of SA, the Wine Grape Council of SA, and the SA Dairyfarmers Association) is represented by a Councillor on the PPSA Council.
Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) is a key economic development agency in the government of South Australia, with responsibility for the prosperity of the state’s primary industries and regions.