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Use your spring break for service in 2017 with Projects Abroad

NEW YORK – January 18, 2017 – With less than two months to go until spring break, this is the ideal time for college students to book the trip of their choice. For those who want to make the most of the break and do something that goes beyond the norm, Projects Abroad has more than a

TOP 10 TRAVEL TRENDS FOR 2017

Toronto, Canada. November 30, 2016: Exodus Travels has been helping adventurers see the world differently for almost half a century. Decades of travel experience in 100+ countries, an award-winning reputation for responsible tourism, an excitement to explore the unknown and a desire t

Powdery mildew app helps global vignerons manage grape expectations

A FREE mobile app to help vignerons and winemakers quickly assess grapes for powdery mildew in the field is being made available to growers globally. Developed in South Australia by the University of Adelaide in collaboration with industry and Wine Australia, the app was initially lau

French connection drives Sidewood’s Adelaide Hills expansion

New vineyards, a bottling plant and French-inspired wines are helping an Adelaide Hills winery rapidly expand its operations. Sidewood has this year bought a 25ha vineyard to take its total plantings to 93ha across four sites in the Adelaide Hills in South Australia, making it one of

Deep Woods Cabernet wins Max Schubert Trophy at 2016 Royal Adelaide Wine Show

A West Australian Cabernet Sauvignon has taken out the prestigious Max Schubert Trophy at the 2016 Royal Adelaide Wine Show. However, it was wines from the award’s home state of South Australia that dominated today’s trophy presentations, winning more than half of the major awards. Th

Winemaker recognised with prestigious science award

The Royal Institution of Australia today awarded Penfolds chief winemaker Peter Gago a prestigious Bragg Membership for his contributions to the science of winemaking. The award is named after the South Australian scientists Sir William Henry Bragg and Sir William Lawrence Bragg, a fa

Tiny city vineyard produces first wine from a botanic garden

WINES made from grapes harvested in a tiny vineyard within a city botanic garden will be launched in South Australia in September. Produced with the support of Jacob’s Creek winemakers, the limited edition wines are believed to be the world’s first wine produced solely from grapes gro

Industry staff log-on to hone wine craft

WINE industry workers looking to broaden their knowledge of the craft are flocking to enrol in a free online university course from South Australia. A new version of the University of Adelaide’s World of Wine: From Grape to Glass course was launched this month on its AdelaideX platfor

Penfolds to let barrel buyers in on secrets of wine craft

One of Australia’s most iconic wine brands has launched a barrel program to give collecters unprecedented access into its inner workings and winemaking craft. South Australian winery Penfolds – the makers of world-renowned red wine Penfolds Grange – launched the Magill Cellar 3 barrel

Aussie wines shine at International Wine Challenge

Australian wines have shone at the International Wine Challenge taking out the second highest number of awards at the prestigious London event. Many of the top performers were from the iconic regions of South Australia, which produces almost half of the wine from Down Under. Among the