Liebherr releases new built-in wine cellar
Liebherr has announced the arrival of its new EWTdf 3553 Built-In Dual Zone Wine Cellar in Australia.Read more
WID Chair Jennifer Collins presses for change
2018 is shaping up to be an amazing year for Women in drinks. Drinks Trade editor Hannah Sparks talks to Chair Jennifer Collins about the council's progress and plans. Read more
Extracting answers and actions from EPoS data
StayinFront has organised a webinar on January 18 to help companies get answers to their most challenging questions about EPoS data. Read more
Celebrating our corporate partnerships
It's been another amazing year and we couldn't have done it without the drinks association's valued Corporate Partners.Read more
Why you shouldn't store wine in a regular fridge
The experts at Liebherr explain why you shouldn't store your wine in a regular refrigerator. Read more
Blue Star celebrates transformational year
Two acquisitions in 2017 have positioned The Drinks Association corporate partner Blue Star as Australia’s leading vertically integrated marketing communications company.Read more
Coca-Cola Amatil releases diversity policy for 2018
Coca-Cola Amatil has released its Human Rights Policy for 2018 and promoted two women into top tech roles!Read more
Congratulations to new mum Turia Pitt!
Turia Pitt will share her amazing story of courage in the face of adversity at the Women in drinks International Women's Day event in March. Read more
WID guest speaker Turia Pitt shares beautiful bump photos
Turia Pitt will share her incredible story of triumphing over adversity at the Women in drinks International Women's Day event. Read more
Jennifer Doyle: 'How boring would wine be without diversity?'
Jennifer Doyle, winner of the Viticulturist of the Year award at the 2017 Women in Wine awards (AWIWA), talks the importance of sustainability and diversity in the industry.
How to get bigger wins with digital merchandising
Thinking about digital merchandising but don't know if it's just hype or a real game changer?StayinFront is hosting a webinar to put you in the picture. Read more
AFGC's Australian Grocery Academy calling for next year's applicants
The exciting new initiative, the Australian Grocery Academy, launched earlier this year by Australian Food & Grocery Council and Real World Marketing is officially in full swing and looking for next year's applicants. Read more
Sue Hodder: the rejuvenation of Wynns Coonawarra
Sue Hodder, Woman of Inspiration award recipient at the 2017 Australian Women in Wine Awards, talks being part of the Wynns Coonawarra Estate’s legacy and the importance of sustainability in wine. Read more
Zoe Bettison MP: "Women in drinks leading the way on inclusion"
An event featuring Zoe Bettison MP, SA Minister for the Status of Women, was an inspirational way to end to the year for Women in Drinks South Australia Chapter. Read more
Professor Eileen Scott: championing diversity in the wine industry
Professor Eileen Scott, winner of Workplace Champion of Change at the 2017 Australian Women in Wine Awards (AWIWA), discusses mentorship, workplace diversity, and empowering women.Read more
Dr. Christine Böttcher: fighting climate change in Aussie wine
Dr Christine Böttcher, Researcher of the Year at the 2017 Australian Women in Wine Awards, talks wine research and the value of diversity. Read more
Sarah Ahmed: navigating the drinks industry as a wine writer
Sarah Ahmed talks to Ray Ruano about being her own boss and the competitive field of wine writing.Read more
Caudo Vineyards' Jasmine Morgan on the power of networking
Jasmine Morgan, winner of Cellar Door Person of the Year at the 2017 Australian Women in Wine Awards (AWIWA), talks diversity and navigating the wine business.
Vasse Felix's Virginia Willcock: the advice I wish I'd been given
Virginia Willcock, winner of Winemaker of the Year at the 2017 Australian Women in Wine Awards (AWIWA), discusses following her passion and the challenges of winemaking.Read more
ATO offers advice & cautions following WET updates
The Australian Tax Office has warned wine producers to be cautious of any suspicious emails, letters or invoices related to registering trademarks under new WET legislation. Read more