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Debate @ the Waite 15 March 2012

The Waite Research Institute, at The University of Adelaide

Thursday, March 15, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (CST)

South Australia, Australia

Debate @ the Waite 15 March 2012

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Six experts in two teams are debating the topic:

The future of the Australian wine industry will be based on technology, not tradition

Ensuring that Australia’s wine industry remains profitable, internationally competitive and sustainable into an uncertain future is a major challenge.

 

The Australian wine industry is estimated to be worth $5 billion annually, with approximately 60% of our wines exported. Innovation has underpinned the growth of the Australian wine industry in recent decades, enabling the production of high-volume, value-for-money wines for export. But the industry is under pressure from oversupply of fruit, the high Australian dollar and increasing competition from other ‘new-world’ wine producers. How should the Australian wine industry position itself within existing and emerging markets to increasingly discerning, wine-savvy consumers?

 

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Moderator
Dr Paul Willis, Director, RiAus

When: Thursday 15 March 2012, 6.00 pm – 8.30 pm
Where: Lirra Lirra Cafe, Waite Campus, The University of Adelaide, Waite Rd, Urrbrae

Free wine tasting and finger food provided. A cash bar will be open throughout the event.

 

www.adelaide.edu.au/wri

Have questions about Debate @ the Waite 15 March 2012? Contact The Waite Research Institute, at The University of Adelaide

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Lirra Lirra Cafe, Waite Campus, University of Adelaide
Waite Rd
Urrbrae
South Australia, 5064
Australia

Thursday, March 15, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM (CST)


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The Waite Research Institute, at The University of Adelaide

The Waite Research Institute brings together researchers from a range of disciplines including plant biology, genetics, soil sciences, agronomy, clinical nutrition and agricultural economics. They will pool their expertise to find solutions to major problems including meeting the challenge of ensuring global food security and providing Australia's agricultural, wine and food industries with innovative research-led developments.

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