WCA announces new date for Sydney Royal Wine Show Trophy Winners Lunch

2021-10-26T16:08:16+10:3026 October 2021|Media release, News|

Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA) is delighted to confirm that the Sydney Royal Wine Show Trophy Winners Lunch will be taking place. The new date for the lunch is Thursday 16th December and it will be held at Doltone House, Hyde Park. WCA is delighted to be partnering with the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW and the Lunch Sponsor, Impresstik Labels, to help bring the wine community together to celebrate

‘Coming into his Own’ by 2021 WCA Wine Media Cadet

2022-01-21T17:15:41+10:3015 October 2021|Blog, News|

I had the pleasure of sitting down for a one on one with Alpha Box and Dice head winemaker Sam Berketa, to discuss his recent win. I’m rather fortunate in that I get to chat with Sam pretty frequently these days, but profiling him for this piece was a rare opportunity to really interrogate him! And I’m sure glad I did. We’re here to discuss Sam’s recent Young Gun of

2021 Wine Communicator Awards Finalists Announced

2021-10-18T10:23:07+10:3015 October 2021|Media release, News|

Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA) is pleased to announce the finalists of the 10 categories for the 2021 Wine Communicator Awards, including our 3 NEW categories: Best New Blog or Podcast, Best Wine-Themed Event and Best Wine Communicator – Cellar Door. We are extremely pleased with the quality and success that has come from all communicators within the wine industry this year. Each entry is reviewed by a panel of

Brian Croser AO honored with WCA South Australia Legend of the Vine 2021

2021-10-11T16:51:37+10:3011 October 2021|Media release, News|

Brian started his career as a winemaker with Thomas Hardy and Sons in 1969, and he went on to found a winemaking consultancy and develop 2021 WCA Legend of the Vine_Press Release the wine science course at Charles Sturt University in New South Wales. As a consultant and an educator, Brian had a huge influence on Australian winemakers in the 1970s and 80s, mentoring up-and-comers and shaping the community. He


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