Australia’s Bulk Wine Specialists

Providing buyers with the best choice, and sellers with the best opportunities when dealing with Australian bulk wine for over 25 years.

Why Austwine?

No other organisation spends more time on the market for Australian bulk wine, with over 50 million litres of bulk wine transactions per annum. Our bulk wine team is the most professional in Australia, leading to more relationships with more buyers and sellers. We are a top 10 exporter of Australian bulk wine by volume – exporting wine to more than 20 markets since 1993.

Brokers

Austwine has had domestic bulk wine brokerage arm in the Australian market since 1998. The purpose of Austwine brokers is to buy and sell bulk wine for wineries Australia wide.

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Exports

Austwine Exports was established in 1993 and is today Australia’s largest specialist bulk wine exporter. The company exports 20-25 million litres per annum, making it a top 10 Australian wine exporter by volume.

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Viticulture

Austwine Viticulture began in 2005 with the purchase of the Broken Plough Vineyard in the Barossa Valley. Since then this arm of the business has expanded to include more vineyards in the Barossa, South Australia's Riverland and Victoria.

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Family owned since 1993

Austwine has been owned solely by the Moularadellis family since the founding partners retired in 2005. Our current CEO Jim has since been joined by his wife Jane.

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2020 Austwine Market Update

Has Time Warped? It is hard to believe that so little real time has elapsed since the first cases of COVID-19 appeared late in 2019.  Since then, time seems to have warped as a result of the pandemic: days have seemed like weeks, and weeks have seemed like months.  All of us have struggled to […]

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A-B-C of the Australian Bulk Wine Market

A high quality crop has been reported by most Australian producers, and it is clear to most, if not all, market players that the 2018 wine grape crop has been unable to fully satisfy current demand. “Click here” for a brief A-B-C of the Australian Bulk Wine Market to bring you up to date on the following […]

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