How can Australian wine producers get involved?

Australian wine producers are encouraged to get behind Savour Australia 2013 and be a part of this important event to showcase their wines to the world and present a united and confident Australian wine industry.
Australian wine producers can get involved in Savour Australia 2013 by attending the forum to help ensure your wines and winery and wines are well represented. You may also wish to extend the invitation to your international and domestic trading partners who will undoubtedly benefit from attending Savour Australia 2013. What better place to meet then on your home soil!

A full admission ticket provides a range of benefits for Australian wine producers including the opportunity to connect one-on-one with the world’s leading wine trade, the opportunity to show your wines to an influential audience of wine trade and media and access to all the business sessions for the latest cutting edge insights from global leaders in retailing, digital and social marketing, pricing, supply and demand, global trends, distribution and consumer behaviour. Click here for more details.

Australian wine producers are encouraged to work closely with their state bodies and regional association to best promote your state’s and region’s wines throughout the forum including at the state-themed dinners on the Monday night of the program.

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What are the benefits for Australian wine producers to attend?

A full admission ticket provides a range of benefits for Australian wine producers including the opportunity to connect one-on-one with the world’s leading wine trade, the opportunity to show your wines to an influential audience of wine trade and media and access to all the business sessions for the latest cutting edge insights from global leaders in retailing, digital and social marketing, pricing, supply and demand, global trends, distribution and consumer behaviour.

Full admission paying Australian producer delegates will also have an opportunity to submit their wines for inclusion in the lunches, dinners and some of the tastings that will be held throughout Savour 2013 including:

  • Lunches on the Monday and the Tuesday of the program.
  • The food and wine night markets on the final evening of the program.
  • The Grand Tasting (Note, there will be an additional cost of $250 to show wines as part of this tasting to cover the cost of setting up an appropriate tasting table. This additional fee covers the cost of setting up an appropriate tasting table and providing catering and staff for a well-managed trade tasting).
  • Themed tasting bars and blind tasting room.

Click here for details about the wine selection process for Savour 2013.

Will there be an opportunity showcase my wines?

Yes. Full paying Australian wine producer delegates can nominate their wines for tasting at lunches, dinners and events throughout the Savour program including:

  • Lunches on the Monday and Tuesday of the program.
  • The food and wine Night Market on the final evening of the program.
  • The Grand Tasting (Note, there will be an additional cost of $250 to show wines as part of this tasting to cover the cost of setting up an appropriate tasting table and provide catering and staff for a well-managed trade tasting).
  • Themed Tasting Bars and the Blind Tasting Room.

Wines will be selected based on the theming of the function. Wine Australia will contact full paying Australian wine producers to nominate their wines in the lead up to Savour and determine quantities needed.

Please be aware that Wine Australia will make the final decision about wines to be poured at every tasting occasion, lunch and dinner. The final selection will be based on balancing representation across all producers, regions and styles, while showcasing Australia’s quality and diversity.

Wines for the Landmark Tastings will be selected by a panel of Australian wine professionals and media to best represent the diversity and quality of Australian wine and showcase wines that exemplify Australia’s ultimate wine offering.

Click here for further details.

How are wines selected for Savour 2013?

Wines will be selected based on the theming of the function. Wine Australia will contact full paying Australian wine producers to nominate their wines in the lead up to Savour and determine quantities needed.

Full paying Australian wine producer delegates can nominate their wines for tasting at lunches, dinners and events throughout the Savour program including:

  • Lunches on the Monday and Tuesday of the program.
  • The food and wine Night Market on the final evening of the program.
  • The Grand Tasting (Note, there will be an additional cost of $250 to show wines as part of this tasting to cover the cost of setting up an appropriate tasting table and provide catering and staff for a well-managed trade tasting).
  • Themed Tasting Bars and the Blind Tasting Room.

Please be aware that Wine Australia will make the final decision about wines to be poured at every tasting occasion, lunch and dinner. The final selection will be based on balancing representation across all producers, regions and styles, while showcasing Australia’s quality and diversity.

Wines for the Landmark Tastings will be selected by a panel of Australian wine professionals and media to best represent the diversity and quality of Australian wine and showcase wines that exemplify Australia’s ultimate wine offering.

Click here for further details.

Given that the event is held in South Australia, will wines from other states be showcased at Savour 2013?

Yes. The program is comprised of business sessions, Landmark tastings, lunches and dinners that will showcase the diversity and quality of Australia’s wines and wine regions.