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Australian Wine & Brandy Corporation
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National Wine Centre Industry, Hackey Rd. Adelaide. Adelaide, SA, 5000.
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Wine in Adelaide, Government in Adelaide

We labor closely with our representative organizations, wine sector bodies and our partners to support the lengthy term win of the Australian grape and wine community. Our vision: Australia is recognized as the world’s preeminent wine producer. Our long term ambition is for Australia to be recognized as the world’s preeminent wine producer. Our five year goal is a successful Australian grape and wine community and our Strategic Plan 20152020 outlines our priorities and activities to accomplish this. We will address the defy of general global perception leading to below prices through an unwavering focus on increasing the appreciation of our fine wines. We must constantly invest in supporting the pursuit of excellence in viticulture, wine making and the business of wine to better understand and express our unique terrors and to amplify the international esteem of the resulting wines. We will address the defy of the fiercely competitive global marketplace by increasing competitiveness in our vineyards, our wineries and our wine businesses. We will invest in capturing the opportunities of fresh technologies, understanding supply and demand, and improving performance to become more sustainable, differentiated and more competitive. Coordinate or fund grape and wine research and development (RD), and facilitate the dissemination, adoption and commercialization of the results. Our funding is divide into four primary areas to deliver value to our stakeholders: Market development Wineries pay the promotion component of the Wine grapes levy in a stepped amount per tonne. The promotion component is payable on grapes delivered to a winery once the threshold of 10 tonnes has been reached. Wine businesses also pay the Wine export charge on wine produced in and exported from Australia. The amount of levy payable is based on the freeonboard (FOB) sales value of wine for the levy year. Our governance and operations support us to achieve the best feasible return on the investment of our DE, market development and regulatory funds.

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Wine Australia's process for controlling the export of Australian wine is now focused on auditing both exporters and producers, supplemented by analysis of random samples of their products. Before to this, all wine proposed for export was needed to be submitted for approval by a panel of wine experts, with all export labels reviewed by Wine Australia staff. Only wines assessed to be release of faults and labels judged flexible with suitable laws were approved for export. Succeeding a comprehensive review, in consultation with the industry, this process was abandoned in 2012 in Cavour of the current system, which is more good for a adult sector trading internationally in the 21st century. There are two major reasons for the establishment of any wine regulatory system: To ensure a impartial trading environment for producers and exporters. A robust and enforceable compliance regime is essential for supporting the sector’s promotional efforts. A scandal involving the misrepresentation of the provenance or composition of wine would potentially damage Australia’s reputation for producing quality wines with honest labels. Australia is increasingly recognized as an abundant source of regionally distinctive wines made from an array of both customary and recently introduced grape varieties. Maintaining the integrity of region and variety claims has never been more important. Compliance with the Food Standards Code, which underpins how wine is made, and the Australian Grape Authority Act, which determines how wine can be described, is monitored through two key activities: The Label Integrity Program, which is a legislated program that requires the making and keeping of records throughout the wine supply chain to ensure claims made about the regional, varietal or vintage provenance of wine can be substantiated. Each year, approximately 1,200 samples are collected and submitted for chemical analysis to ensure compliance with the Food Standards Code, specifically with the highest residue limits for a range of agricultural chemicals. We bear guidance to the wine sector in order to reduce the risk of noncompliance. The response can range from instruction to relabel non compliant product, to the cancellation of a person’s license to export and, in extreme cases, to prosecution. The penalties for unsuccessful to comply with the Label Integrity Program, making untrue or misleading label claims or exporting wines in contravention of the regulations include the possibility of imprisonment. Fundamental to Wine Australia’s regulatory approach is our desire to aid exporters and producers to face legislated obligations. We are here to help you comply with international wine composition and labeling requirements. These guides are available release of charge to licensed exporters and to those who pay the wine grapes levy. A copy of the Regulatory Services quality manual can be found here. When processing export documentation, subject to you supplying us with everything we need to total the transaction, we will endeavor to accomplish the succeeding time frames. Product Registration (manual processing) 1 working day. Should you be unhappy with our service or the behavior of any of our staff you should. If you are quiet not satisfied or would like to provide feedback, your concerns should be submitted in writing to the Chief Executive.

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