The wine show committee have been carefully watching the progress of announcements in relation to events, as they plan for the 2020 show amidst COVID-19. They are therefore excited to announce that the 2020 show will proceed, however with some significant changes that will keep the show fresh, while fitting into current restrictions.
The state government has announced a new funding package to support and boost small tourism businesses, including wine tourism.
Currently Pippa Nielsen is the representative for Geographe Wine Region on the Wines of WA board. This tenure finishes in October with the Wines of WA AGM. Pippa will not be standing again for this representative position.
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The ASVO recognise that 2020 has presented significant challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic, along with bushfires and drought in many wine regions of Australia. They are aware these challenges have affected many of members, both mentally and physically, and the impact on members’ businesses has been substantial. They are conscious that the economic impacts that many businesses and individuals are suffering will persist in the long term.
Each year Have A Go News publishes tasting notes on regional wines.
With vintage complete you will all be taking a very short breather before pruning and bottling.
It is important for members to be aware of the progress on this matter, which has been on the agenda for some time now
Usually around this time of year we are celebrating the end of vintage and looking forward to gathering together for the first general meeting of the year.
The GWIA committee encourage all members to reach out for a chat at any time.
With the bizarre turn of events due to COVID-19, industry throughout the world are having to re think how they do business.