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  • WET Rebate debate hots up

    The Wine Equalisation Tax (WET) Rebate has become a very hot potato in recent months. The Rebate’s original purpose was to assist small/medium winemakers to stay in business thereby encouraging diversity in wine styles and helping to generate employment in regional communities, primarily through...

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  • Getting value for your R&D levy?

     Would you pay for a meal at the pub, but then walk out without eating it? Would you buy a heap of fertiliser, but then leave it in the shed and not use it? The above scenarios are similar to what is happening with much of the effort being directed through the Riverland Viticulture Technical Group...

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  • Opportunities for students

    PICSE (Pixie): Opportunities for students in primary production Riverland Wine is a proud supporter of the Primary Industry Centre for Science Education (PICSE). This is a national program that focuses on connecting science teachers and science students with science based primary industries and...

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  • GrowSmart

    Several Months ago, Trevor Noble and his team relocated their GrowSmart operation to the Loxton Research Centre, one of the first Riverland Businesses to seize the opportunity to move to the Centre prior to its redevelopment as part of the SARMS program.

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  • Chardonnay indicators positive

    Australia crushed 47,000 tonnes (or approximately 45 million bottles) less chardonnay in 2014 than 2013. Early indications are that the 2015 crop could well be down again on 2014 vintage.

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  • New Tool

    ...to determine grape or wine prices Over recent decades the relationships between growers and wineries have increasingly been reduced to writing in the form of complicated contracts and industry codes. An outcome of this trend has been a...

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  • Nominate someone you know

    Future Leaders applications are now open. This is a professional and personal development program that creates a network of confident, committed individuals who will “be next” to contribute the future success of the Australian wine community.

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  • To blame or not to blame?

    During the current discussions about how the industry continues to face adverse times, it is often easy to revert to the behaviour of blame. Growers blame wine companies for failing to pay prices that are sustainable, wine companies blame growers for failings in fruit quality, and everyone blames...

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Riverland Weather

13.6
°C
Loxton, South Australia
Clear.
Humidity: 64%
Wind: S at 13 kph
Tue 29°C / 11°C
Wed 33°C / 14°C

Last observation: 02/02/2015 at 2:30
All weather data supplied by the Bureau of Meteorology.

14.2
°C
Renmark, South Australia
Clear.
Humidity: 59%
Wind: S at 19 kph
Tue 29°C / 11°C
Wed 33°C / 14°C

Last observation: 02/02/2015 at 2:30
All weather data supplied by the Bureau of Meteorology.

13.6
°C
Waikerie, South Australia
Clear.
Humidity: 64%
Wind: S at 13 kph
Tue 29°C / 11°C
Wed 32°C / 13°C

Last observation: 02/02/2015 at 2:30
All weather data supplied by the Bureau of Meteorology.

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