Portugal has a very abundant food and wine legacy

If you’re not familiar, Portuguese historical adventures have created an abundant food and wine legacy, for which they are most proud… while being very humble about it as the same time. During the past 3,000 years, Portugal experienced an ebb and flow of different civilizations invading their country. From Iberian to Tartessian, Celtic, Phoenician and […]

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The secret winemakers behind Aldi's insanely cheap, award-winning wines

The judges were apparently shocked. In a blind tasting at one of Australia’s premier wine shows, three judges awarded the gold medal to a fine Rosé. The blinders were removed. The brand was Aldi and the cost? $4.99. That’s right, the nation’s best Rosé cost less than a bottle of Passion Pop. Aldi’s wines under $10 have won gongs at the Sydney International Wine Competition, the Royal Melbourne Wine Awards, the Perth Royal Show and more.

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ECO TRELLIS ® toast success at the Wine Industry Supplier Awards

ECO TRELLIS ® has won two prestigious categories at the 9th annual Wine Industry Suppliers Australia Awards (WISA) held on Thursday 22 October in Adelaide. These awards highlight wine industry suppliers who clearly demonstrate that they can add value to their clients businesses. The awards won are the Banrock Station Wines Environment & Sustainability Award and the Tarac Technologies Innovation Award.

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ABEVE launches the PROTEC XTri Optical Sorter into the Australian market

The Protec XTri sorter is designed to separate out from the winemaking berries anything that might alter the quality of the end product. Xtri has installed a multi camera system, utilising techniques up until now seen only in specialised research laboratories. In Europe and America the Protec XTris is the leading Optical Sorter sought after by premium wineries.

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Show us your poster!

Poster abstract submissions for next year’s Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference are now open! Submit your poster abstract for a chance to win a prize or be selected to present your research in a ‘Fresh Science’ session at the 16th AWITC in Adelaide in July 2016. Posters will be on display throughout the conference. Visit the AWITC website to find out more and submit your abstract online.

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