Premium Food & Wine
Premium Food and Wine from our Clean Environment is one of the South Australian Government’s seven strategic priorities.
It seeks to secure South Australia’s position as a producer of premium food and wine from our clean water, clean air and clean soil and capitalise on the increasing global demand for premium products.
By positioning South Australia so that the inherent qualities of our food and wine are recognised and valued locally throughout Australia and in key overseas markets the priority shows the government’s commitment to growing our food and wine sectors.
For any enquiries on Premium Food and Wine from our Clean Environment please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SA's Best of Wine Tourism award winners announcedSeven South Australian businesses from four different wine regions have been named winners of the Best of Wine Tourism awards as part of Adelaide’s membership to the Great Wine Capitals Global Network.Read more about SA's Best of Wine Tourism award winners announced
Boosting the capability of Barossa’s wine communityA pilot program aimed at developing the skills of Barossa food and wine businesses and improving collaboration in the region has been announced today by the State Government.Read more about Boosting the capability of Barossa’s wine community
Premium food, farming and fun at the Royal Adelaide ShowAgriculture Minister Leon Bignell is encouraging families to take their kids to the livestock and agricultural exhibits at the Royal Adelaide Show, which starts today.Read more about Premium food, farming and fun at the Royal Adelaide Show
Join PIRSA at the Royal Adelaide ShowThe Royal Adelaide Show that showcases the importance of the state’s agriculture, food, wine and fibre industries to the local economy.Read more about Join PIRSA at the Royal Adelaide Show
Best of Wine Tourism AwardsAdelaide, South Australia’s membership of the Great Wine Capital Global Network (GWCGN) is already providing an opportunity for the state’s wineries to make their mark internationally.Read more about Best of Wine Tourism Awards
McLaren Vale - so many experiencesThe food, wine and tourism gems of the McLaren Vale region are being showcased to the world through a vibrant new website.Read more about McLaren Vale - so many experiences
Strengthening the Yorke Peninsula food industryYorke Peninsula food producers will now be able to showcase the region and its produce with today’s (Friday, 8 July) launch of the Yorke Peninsula Food and Produce Brand.Read more about Strengthening the Yorke Peninsula food industry
Trade missions result in increased exports for SA wine companyTaking part in State Government-led trade missions has resulted in multiple export deals - worth more than $400,000 - for South Australian company, Nova Vita Wines.Read more about Trade missions result in increased exports for SA wine company
Funding to grow Kangaroo Island's beverage industryPrimary Industries and Regions SA will provide a $48,000 grant to help transform Kangaroo Island’s beverage industry, drive sales and promote local produce.Read more about Funding to grow Kangaroo Island's beverage industry
Mark of respect - supporting Barossa's finestTen food, wine and tourism businesses in the Barossa have received membership to the exclusive Barossa Trust Mark (BTM) program – in order to boost the profile of the region.Read more about Mark of respect - supporting Barossa's finest
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Ceduna OysterfestAustralia’s largest oyster festival, held in the Eyre Peninsula.Event information
Coonawarra Cabernet CelebrationsOver 30 events and exclusive tastings at Coonawarra cellar doors.Event information...
- 1 Jun
Detection of Russian wheat aphidThe State Government is responding to detections of the exotic pest - Russian wheat aphid - which has been found in cereal crops in the State's mid-north.The initial detection was on a site ...
- 3 May
Metropolitan Adelaide fruit fly outbreaksAn outbreak of Mediterranean Fruit Fly (MFF) has been declared in Colonel Light Gardens following the detection of fruit fly larvae on 3 May 2016.A 1.5 kilometre quarantine area has been est...