South Australia is indisputably Australia's wine state, producing 50 percent of all bottled wine and 80 percent of Australia’s premium wine. Adelaide, South Australia is a Great Wine Capital of the World, through recognition of its wine regions as significant economic and cultural assets. Rigorous biosecurity measures have kept our state free of the vine ravaging pest phylloxera, making South Australia home to some of the oldest vines the oldest in the world. South Australian wines are exported to 100 countries, with an export value of $1.45 billion in 2016-17.
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Key messages and fast facts
The key messages and fast facts document provides a comprehensive summary of South Australia's wine sector. It covers information on the significant role wine plays in the state's economy, and the major opportunities that exist for growth and success of wine products locally, nationally and globally.
This infographic provides a visual representation of key information on the wine sector including:
- major export products
- major export markets
- figures and statistics on production amounts and values
- sector credentials and attributes.
These reports provide detailed information on the wine sector, its annual performance and current investment opportunities.