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World’s wine trade get a taste for Australian wine at first global wine forum

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wineMore than 750 of the world’s leading wine trade professionals including retailers, sommeliers, importers, distributors, wine media and Australian wine producers will have their palates opened to Australia’s best wines over the next three days at the biggest Australian wine forum ever staged – Savour Australia 2013 – which kicks off in Adelaide today.

The event, hosted by Wine Australia, will see business sessions led by some of the world’s leading authorities on wine, consumer trends, and retailing; themed lunches and dinners prepared by some of Australia’s top chefs; a Grand Tasting featuring wines from more than 170 Australian wineries and Landmark Australia tastings.

There are 30 million glasses of Australian wine consumed every day around the world, produced by our 2,400 wineries and 6,200 grape growers from across 65 wine regions, according to Wine Australia’s general manager, market development, James Gosper.

See more www.savour-australia.com


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