2020 Wine Communicator Awards – Virtual Ceremony

Online , Australia

The Wine Communicator Awards recognise excellence in Wine Communications. These awards have been created to acknowledge outstanding contribution to, and excellence in, wine communication in all its forms. They recognise and promote quality wine content while also rewarding individuals who lead by example and demonstrate respect for the wine industry and its consumers, and uphold the professional standards valued by Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA). In light of the current

WCA Annual General Meeting

Online , Australia

          In accordance with Rule 7.1 of the Constitution of Wine Communicators of Australia Limited ABN 81 151 598 168, the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the company will be held 18th November 2020 on WCA’s Zoom platform at 4.30pm (AEST). Due to current travel restrictions caused by COVID-19, this AGM will be held online. To attend the meeting, you must be a current financial member

Webinar: How Tourists Make their Destination Choices – What matters?

Online , Australia

  There are many things that people consider when looking at get-away and holiday alternatives. Especially when they are seeking to satisfy their holiday objectives, whilst at the same time, minimise the risk of making bad choices.   In this webinar, Professor Roberta Crouch from Flinders University will provide an overview of what a cohort of 600 individuals from the US considering an overseas holiday name as their priorities. The

Webinar: Australian Wine Supply and Demand Update

Online , Australia

In this webinar Wine Australia Senior Analysts Angelica Crabb and Sandy Hathaway will share a summary of the 2020 vintage report and analysis of the performance of export markets including the impact of COVID-19 on exports in the year ended June 2020. Angelica Crabb – Senior Analyst, Wine Australia. Angelica’s focus is primarily insights on the wine export data collected through the wine export approval process, as well as market

NSW Q&A Panel Series: How wine went digital during COVID

Online , Australia

It’s been quite the year for the wine industry. From the summer bushfires to the COVID-19 pandemic, recent events have forced wineries and wine brands to pivot in the blink of an eye. In-person experiences, like cellar door tastings, restaurant dining and events, have had to pause, with digital and social experiences quickly becoming the single most important channel for brands to connect with their audience. In this webinar, we

Webinar: Australia’s Wine Future: A Climate Atlas

Online , Australia

'Exploring how the climate will change in our wine regions, from today to 2100' Australia’s climate is variable and it is changing. Wine companies in Australia are already adjusting practices in their vineyards and wineries to keep pace. However, to date, many of these changes have been reactive; driven by the changes that are experienced season-to-season. The new, world-leading resource Australia’s Wine Future: A Climate Atlas will help improve our

Webinar: Six strategies for successful online events, post-lockdown

Online , Australia

  Did you jump on board the online event train during lockdown? Or wish you did? Join Jane Thomson to find out why (good) online wine experiences are here to stay, and learn six simple things you can do to increase participation, engagement and sales – even now that restrictions are easing. About the Presenter Jane Thomson is a wine communicator and innovator who turns creative ideas about wine into

SEMINAR: Australian Wine – Winning the long game

Online , Australia

Important update: ‘Australian wine – winning the long game’ to be staged as a fully online experience. ASVO is proudly working in collaboration with the Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA) to present an online seminar on June 29- July 1, ‘Australian wine:  winning the long game’ tackling the big issues: growing, making and selling wine in the future. Wine businesses today are confronted with the threat of fire, drought, rising

Webinar: Value of Education- Building Community and Connection in the Wine Industry

Online , Australia

Join TAFE SA’s Gill-Gordon Smith IWE to discuss how education, pathways and collaboration can successfully engage and connect media, trade and consumers. In this webinar, Gill will explore the value and benefits of educational programs through the lens of  a range of innovative programs both local and international. This approach has impact, is sustainable and creates opportunity for individual wine business as well as regional associations to benefit from community

Webinar: How to study your way through COVID-19 with WSET

Online , Australia

Have you ever considered starting your journey towards a Masters of Wine or just wanted to undertake additional studies to gain new global qualifications in the world of wine?  The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing many of us to stay at home, making it a perfect time for many to commit to personal development and gaining exciting new qualifications.  This is a rare opportunity to join Sarah Andrew (DipWSET (Honours) Business Development