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Wine Report: Australia 2023

Other Wine
Red Wine
Benjamin Lategan
Published Aug 8, 2023
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The 2023 Australian Wine Report provides an overview of the Australian wine industry. The report commences with a summary of the industry in terms of surface area, production, consumption and exports. It outlines the major Australian wine regions and grape varieties and provides a taste profile of Australian wines as well as how Australian wines are positioned in the global marketplace. The report covers the main trends in the Australian wine industry including (1) diversification to other markets after China imposed tariffs on Australian wine, (2) growing exports to Asian markets, and (3) the focus on the young domestic market in Australia as a source of growth in wine consumption. The report also provides insights into the regulations and procedures to export Australian wine and concludes with an outlook of the Australian wine industry for the remainder of 2023.

Table of contents

Part I - Australian Wine Market Overview 

Part II - Australian Wine Regions 6

Part III - Australian Red Grape Varieties 9

Part IV - Australian White Grape Varieties 

Part V - Taste of Australian Wines 

Part VI - Positioning of Australian Wine 

Part VII - Post China Tariff Diversification

Part VIII - Growing Exports to Asian Market 

Part IX - Focus on Young Domestic Market 

Part X - Supply Chain Information

Part XI - Australian Wine Outlook 2023 

Part XII - Fun Facts About Australian Wine

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