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This short article examines some of the issues facing the bulk wine business in Australia that have arisen during the course of the pandemic.
Please find our most recent analysis of the Australian Bulk Wine Market: “Click here“
Climbing a Wall of Worry?
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 topics:
As expected the market has continued to tighten, mostly as a result of ongoing robust growth from China.
Click on the link to read more: 2017 Australian Bulk Wine Market – 21 September 2017
The 2017 Vintage Report and Australian Wine Export Report for the year to 30 June 2017 have recently been released, and here are our brief summaries of each.
Click on the link to read more: Australian 2017 Vintage Report + Australian Wine Export Report – 14 August 2017
In this year’s 2017 Australian Mid-Vintage Update Jim Moularadellis gives a quick 5 minute Q&A covering the state of play of the 2017 vintage. He answers the hot questions that are being asked in the market now.
Click on the link to read more: 2017 Australian Mid-Vintage Update – 16 February 2017
The game is changing…. Back to the Future!
It’s Back to the Future for the Australian wine industry and my 2016 Post-Vintage Update will examine why.
The rapid shrinking of Australia’s vineyard area has gone largely unnoticed in recent years: the vineyard area in 2015 has taken us right back to the vineyard area of 2001. Combined with a lower exchange rate, multiple Free Trade Agreements, and China’s rapid demand growth, the shrinking vineyard area is a game changer for Australian wine.
Click on the link to read more: 2016 Australian Post-Vintage Update – 15 April 2016
In this year’s 2016 Australian Mid-Vintage Update Jim Moularadellis shares his thoughts on the Australian wine industry covering the following points:
Click on the link to read more: 2016 Australian Mid-Vintage Update – 12 February 2016
During the last 2-3 years, the Australian Wine Industry has experienced two fundamental changes, both of which are likely to stimulate demand for Australian wine. The first is a significant fall in the A$ against currencies of key wine export markets and the second is a series of 3 Free Trade Agreements have been signed by Australia, in addition to the very recent successful conclusion of negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
At the same time, there is a very mixed outlook for Vintage 2016. Bulk wine inventories have been growing for red wine, but falling for white wine. Irrigation water is expensive and the weather outlook very dry, increasing the outlook of smaller yields. Vineyard sentiment is poor, vineyard inputs minimal due to recent low grape prices, but those closest to the final consumer are optimistic.
Has there been a paradigm shift in the fundamentals facing the Australian Wine Industry or is it
just a manic depressive market?
Click on the link to read more: 2015 Australian Bulk Wine Market Update – 9 October 2015