Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA) has today announced the finalists in the seven categories of the 2016 Wine Communicator Awards.The extended awards program is now in its 4th year. The Wine Communicator of the Year award was introduced in 2004 and the awards extended to enable WCA to celebrate the depth and diversity of wine communication in all of its forms.Ten experienced and respected wine industry professionals have been selected
Kathleen Quealy grew up in an era where young girls grew up to be nurses or teacher. Not winemakers. She has shaped her wine career in her own vision, not conforming to the accepted wisdom of the day and has become a lightning bolt of change. And that, as much as anything, says why this woman is today named Legend of the Vine. The first female to have this
With a history in the wine industry that spans his lifetime of nearly 90 years, d'Arry Osborn, was today named the 2016 South Australian Legend of the Vine by Wine Communicators of Australia. d'Arry, received the award in front of an audience of 300 industry peers and corporate guests at the WCA Royal Adelaide Wine Show Awards Lunch, at the Adelaide Showgrounds. WCA Chair Angus Barnes said the 'Legend
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