Read the Australian Grape and Wine Authority Compliance Guide for information on exporting wine from Australia including:
- Licence to Export
- Product Registration
- Export Permit
- Bulk Consignee Approval (for exports of bulk wine)
Export Market Guides provide information on duties and taxes, labelling regulations and other country-specific export requirements as well as some brief market information on the wine market size and scope, consumption trends and import analysis, and Australia’s positioning.
AGWA invests in RD&E that supports a competitive Australian wine sector. During the year, we invite applications for investments in the following areas:
- Research and development projects in high-priority and priority areas
- Honours, Masters and PhD scholarships, and
- Travel scholarships
Stay across the latest grape and wine information through a series of factsheets and other resources.
Overseas Market Intelligence provides vital market information and sales data, market attributes and points of differentiation, competitor intelligence, and consumer research. The detail available is market dependent. Markets covered include the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, China and a range of emerging markets.
Domestic Market Intelligence includes data and reports covering the Australian domestic market such as Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) domestic wine sales, Nielsen off-trade wine sales statistics, imported wine data from Customs, consumer insights research and various reports from third-parties.
Regional Snapshots are statistical profiles of individual GI regions and include plantings and bearing area over time, winegrape production and yields, water application methods in region, top five varieties, weighted average purchase prices, exports by regional label claim and top five export destinations.
Varietal Snapshots provide information and statistics on viticulture, winegrape crush and prices, wine production and stocks, water usage, exports and domestic sales (where available) for individual varieties.
Access a range of useful links, including RD&E partners and state, national and international industry organisations relevant to the Australian wine sector.