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.
Toolkit to help food and wine sectors sell SA to the world
A new resource has been developed to help South Australian food and wine producers promote our state in international markets and enhance our global premium food and wine credentials.
Aircraft pictures helping productivity of Coonawarra vineyards
Cameras attached to fixed-wing aircraft are providing data to viticulturists which is helping to identify canopy temperature - in order to improve water use and wine quality.
Adelaide joins Great Wine Capitals of the worldAdelaide has joined an exclusive group of Great Wine Capitals - an internationally renowned network which will strengthen our global reputation for premium food and wine tourism.
Funding to help grape growers solve vineyard problemsWine grape growers with innovative ideas on how to solve vineyard problems are being encouraged to apply for the 2016 Vinnovation Award.Read more about Funding to help grape growers solve vineyard problems
Spotlight on new food producers at Cellar Door FestSeven new South Australian food producers will have the opportunity to showcase their products at this year’s Cellar Door Fest.Read more about Spotlight on new food producers at Cellar Door Fest
$900,000 grant for new dairy technology to create jobs in Adelaide HillsInvestment in new technology to extend the shelf life of biodynamic dairy products will boost market access for an Adelaide Hills company and create 13 jobs in the region.Read more about $900,000 grant for new dairy technology to create jobs in Adelaide Hills
$500,000 grant towards new McLaren Vale distillery to create 8 jobsA new whisky distillery in McLaren Vale using local grain will create job opportunities and a new tourism experience in the region.Read more about $500,000 grant towards new McLaren Vale distillery to create 8 jobs
Food Innovation Centre - creating ideas for our booming sectorA new centre to help the state’s food and beverage businesses develop and deliver high value, market leading products is now operating from the Waite Campus.Read more about Food Innovation Centre - creating ideas for our booming sector
Grants to boost our local businesses food and wine credentialsEight South Australian food and beverage businesses will share in more than $74,000 to help them gain a competitive edge in national and international markets.Read more about Grants to boost our local businesses food and wine credentials
Spring Gully triumphs as SA food exports boomAs one of South Australia’s most iconic companies celebrates its resurgence, new results show revenue from the state’s food and wine sector has reached a record-breaking $18.2 billion.Read more about Spring Gully triumphs as SA food exports boom
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Tasting AustraliaThe creative team that took Tasting Australia to new heights in 2014 will return for the festival’s next edition in 2016. Tasting Australia began in 1997, quickly becoming one of the nations...
Break of Season Livestock WorkshopA free workshop in Bordertown will provide Upper South East farmers with the latest livestock management advice, as they prepare for the highly anticipated break of season.The forum, hosted ...
- 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...
- 22 Jan
Rabbit disease detected in South AustraliaBiosecurity SA is advising domestic rabbit owners and breeders to be on the lookout for a new strain of rabbit calicivirus - RHDV2 - following the confirmation of recent cases in South Au...