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 email@example.com.
Ground-breaking food manufacturing projects to receive funding boostThe State Government has provided $500,000 to help food manufacturers and researchers develop ground-breaking projects.Read more about Ground-breaking food manufacturing projects to receive funding boost
Beers and BBQs for SA’s newest festivalBeer, cider, and BBQ lovers will be out in force this weekend for the inaugural Adelaide Beer and BBQ Festival.Read more about Beers and BBQs for SA’s newest festival
SA’s oyster industry strengthens its credentialsThe State Government is supporting the development of a new third party certification that will showcase the premium credentials of South Australia’s oyster industry.Read more about SA’s oyster industry strengthens its credentials
$440,000 for Premium Food and Wine clustersThe State Government will fund six projects in the Murraylands, Riverland and Limestone Coast so they can work together as part of the Food and Wine Co-Innovation Cluster Program.Read more about $440,000 for Premium Food and Wine clusters
Wine industry fund contributions now dueSouth Australian Winemakers are reminded to forward the 2015 vintage wine industry fund contributions to Primary Industries and Regions SA (PIRSA) by 5:00pm Tuesday, 30 June 2015.Read more about Wine industry fund contributions now due
Coonawarra showcases premium red wine to ChinaThe world-class Coonawarra wine region and its popular Cabernet Sauvignons will be promoted during the 2015 Wine Australia China Roadshow.Read more about Coonawarra showcases premium red wine to China
More of CheeseFest for you to enjoyThe nation’s biggest cheese festival, CheeseFest, will celebrate its 10th anniversary by extending the event to include its first Friday evening session.Read more about More of CheeseFest for you to enjoy
Funding boost to help market SA’s unique food and wine regionsRegions across the state will share more than $380,000 to help raise their local food and wine profiles.Read more about Funding boost to help market SA’s unique food and wine regions
Boost for regional jobs and tourism through new Clare Valley centreVisitors to the Clare Valley have a new tourist attraction with the opening of a new microRead more about Boost for regional jobs and tourism through new Clare Valley centre
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Barossa on Ebenezer – where the Barosssa meets the East EndThe Barossa comes to the East End this afternoon with a pop up wine showcase event, featuring more than 25 Barossa wineries in Ebenezer Place.Read more about Barossa on Ebenezer – where the Barosssa meets the East End
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Coonawarra Cellar DwellersCoonawarra will dig out some treasures from their cellars to offer visitors a rare opportunity to taste and buy aged wine during the month of July. Coonawarra wines are well known for their...
Murray Cod Community ForumGet all the latest information on the Murray Cod Stock Enhancement Program from representatives of Primary Industries and Regions SA, the South Australian Research and Development Institute...
- 24 Mar
Riverland poultry owners advised to increase biosecurity surveillanceBiosecurity SA has advised that it has recently confirmed a case of Infectious Larygotracheitis (ILT) in a backyard poultry flock in the Riverland.
- 4 Jan
PIRSA advice for landowners who have injured livestockThe bushfire emergency which has burnt 12,000 hectares across the Adelaide Hills has significantly affected farms and other private land in the area.