Primary Industries
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Food & Wine

South Australia’s food and wine industries are a vital part of the state’s economy and there are major opportunities for growth locally, nationally and overseas.

Our clean water, air and soil ensure our food is produced to the most premium quality.

For any enquiries please email foodwine@sa.gov.au.

Scorecard

The Food and Wine Scorecard is produced by Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) and measures the commercial value of each industry using value chain analyses. Go to the Food and Wine ScoreCards page.

Page Last Reviewed: 20 Jul 2016

Latest news

  • Food industry award finalists have a special reason to celebrate in 2018

    In 2018, there's even more for the finalists in the coveted South Australian Food Industry Awards, announced today, to celebrate. This is the 20th year of the awards, the premier awards program for the food and beverage industry in South Australia, a…
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  • Time running out to have your say on review of moratorium on GM food crops

    There’s less than two weeks left for people to have their say and make written submissions to the State Government’s independent review of the moratorium on genetically modified food crops in South Australia.
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  • Coonawarra vineyards

    Local nominations for wine tourism awards - Coonawarra

    A Coonawarra winery has been nominated in the South Australian Best of Wine Tourism Awards, in the hope of claiming the ultimate prize at the Great Wine Capitals Best of Wine Tourism Awards in Adelaide in November.The Coonawarra finalist is:Coonawarr…
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  • Local nominations for wine tourism awards - Riverland

    A Riverland winery has been nominated in the South Australian Best of Wine Tourism Awards, in the hope of claiming the ultimate prize at the Great Wine Capitals Best of Wine Tourism Awards in Adelaide in November.The Riverland finalist is:Caudo Viney…
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  • Adelaide Hills vineyards

    Local nominations for wine tourism awards - Adelaide Hills

    Three Adelaide Hills wineries have been nominated in the South Australian Best of Wine Tourism Awards, in the hope of claiming the ultimate prize at the Great Wine Capitals Best of Wine Tourism Awards in Adelaide in November.The Adelaide Hills finali…
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  • Local nominations for wine tourism awards - Barossa Valley

    Seven Barossa Valley wineries have been nominated in the South Australian Best of Wine Tourism Awards, in the hope of claiming the ultimate prize at the Great Wine Capitals Best of Wine Tourism Awards in Adelaide in November.The Barossa Valley finali…
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  • McLaren Vale hills and vineyard

    Local nominations for wine tourism awards - McLaren Vale

    Eight McLaren Vale wineries have been nominated in the South Australian Best of Wine Tourism Awards, in the hope of claiming the ultimate prize at the Great Wine Capitals Best of Wine Tourism Awards in Adelaide in November.The McLaren Vale finalists…
    Read more about Local nominations for wine tourism awards - McLaren Vale
  • Wine science expert named 2018 Wine Media Cadet

    A new voice will soon be helping share South Australia's story as a Great Wine Capital of the World, following the appointment of the 2018 Wine Communicators of Australia (WCA) Wine Media Cadet.
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  • Celebrating South Australia's shining lights in wine tourism

    South Australia's wineries, cellar doors and restaurants are being encouraged to apply to South Australia's Best of Wine Tourism Awards which opened for applications today.
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  • Figs

    Kangaroo Island Figgery aims for world first

    An ambitious plan to make Kangaroo Island the birthplace of fig vinegar and fig wine has received funding through the latest round of the Advanced Food Manufacturing Grants Program (AFM).
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