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Minimum water allocations increase

The minimum water allocations for South Australian irrigators have increased to 31 per cent. Indications from the Bureau of Meteorology’s long-term weather outlook is that drier and warmer than average

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New water trade dashboards

New water trade dashboards, which provide better information about the trading of water allocations and entitlements relevant to the South Australian River Murray Trading Zone, have been made available by

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Irrigation Efficiencies

Wine Australia recently announced a collaborative project between Riverland Wine and Adelaide University has been successful. Wine Australia’s Incubator Program encourages industry organisations to work with research institutions, offering an

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RWGA Nominations

Advertisements calling for nominations of candidates to fill four vacant positions on the Riverland Winegrape Growers Association (RWGA) have been published in the three Riverland papers.

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Water Works – Forum time?

In the weeks since the Water Workshops Riverland Wine has received inquiries from members about the possibility of convening more sessions. CCW members in particular have requested further opportunities to

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Wine Tourism Awards

South Australian wineries and wine-related businesses are being urged to enter the South Australian Best of Wine Tourism Awards for the opportunity to be thrust into the international spotlight. The

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Water Workshops Hit the Mark

Recognising the challenges water restrictions will present to the region, Riverland Wine recently ran two water workshops to assist growers in making the best decisions for their businesses in dealing

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Win for 919 Wines

919 Wines were awarded the Australian Organic Wine of the Year for its 919 2017 Shiraz by Winestate Magazine in an awards ceremony held at the National Wine Centre in

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Demand for Australian wine

The followings is an extract from the Business Insider but very relevant to Riverland wine growers. Colliers International is predicting a shortfall in Australian wine production as the drought bites and

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