WINE VICTORIA SUPPORTERS
Supporters are an important part of Wine Victoria. They produce goods and services which are of value to our members and they have a desire to see the industry prosper. This program recognises those businesses who support the wine industry and seeks to create a mutually beneficial relationship which we hope will be strong and enduring.
If you would like to be a supporter, please complete the application form which can be accessed via the link below. All applications will be reviewed and approved by the relevant Wine Victoria committee.
These benefits are designed to highlight your business as being a strong supporter of the Victorian wine industry and to keep you up to date with what is happening.
|Benefits||Supporters $1000 (+GST)|
|Receive Wine Victoria e-newsletter and member communications to keep up to date with wine industry activity||
|Invitation to Wine Victoria AGM||
|Invitation to all appropriate Wine Victoria Events||
|Company logo and description on Wine Victoria website||
*Membership runs for the current financial year.
If you have any questions about becoming a Supporter of Wine Victoria please contact us.
GOVERNMENT & INDUSTRY PARTNERS
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Monday, 22 March 2021 21:39
As part of the Five Pillars Wine Tourism project, Wine Victoria have committed to delivering an industry skills development program to advance the Wine Australia tourism capability development program in a uniquely Victorian and regional context. The objective of this workshop is to assist Victorian wine and tourism operators to work collaboratively with their industry partners to develop and sell compelling customer experiences for wine tourists.
By the end of the full day workshop, tourism businesses will have the knowledge and skills to develop a new package complete with inclusions, a name, costings and target audiences, and the channels to get that package to market. Beyond the workshops, participants will have the tools and structures to continue to innovate, including identifying new opportunities and developing new experiences to meet market demand.
If you are interested in broadening your tourist offering and are seeking new sources of visitors, then this workshop is for you.
Workshops will be held in around Victoria in each of the Five Pillar Regions. For more information please visit links below:
Shiraz Central: including Ballarat, Bendigo, Goulburn Valley, Grampians, Heathcote, Macedon Ranges, Pyrenees, Strathbogie Ranges, Sunbury, Upper Goulburn and surrounds
April 19 - Ballarat
April 20 - Bendigo
Muscat of Rutherglen focusing on the Rutherglen region and surrounds
April 26 - Rutherglen
King Valley Prosecco Road focusing on the King Valley region and surrounds
April 28 - King Valley
Pinot Coast including the Geelong, Gippsland and Mornington Peninsula regions and surrounds
May 4 - Mornington Peninsula
May 6 - Geelong
Yarra Valley focusing on the Yarra Valley region
May 5- Yarra Valley
Hayley Purbrick is a proud fifth generation family member of one of the oldest wine-making families and carbon neutral wineries in Australia. With a background in DTC Marketing and Agriculture she is turning the historic Tahbilk vineyard into one of the most environmentally friendly in the country.
Outside of the winery Hayley lives in Deniliquin and is an advocate for growing strong agricultural industries and thriving rural communities. In 2015 she founded social enterprise Big Sky Ideas to champion entrepreneurial spirit in rural Australia.
In 2017 she was a Finalist of both the Regional Australia Institute Light Bulb Moments Competition and NSW/ACT Agrifutures Rural Woman of the Year. In 2019 she graduated from the Wine Australia Future Leaders Program.
Hayley is a current member of the Australian Grape & Wine Sustainability Advisory Committee.
Dan began his career in wine working in vineyards on the Mornington Peninsula over 35 years ago, gradually migrating into winemaking (via hospitality) in 1995.
Dan is a graduate of Charles Sturt University and has over 30 vintages of experience in several Victorian wine regions. He also has an MBA from RMIT University with a focus on business strategy, innovation and marketing. Dan has been a wine show judge for over 18 years, holding chair positions at several regional shows across Victoria, as well as panel chair positions at the Melbourne Wine Awards.
Today, Dan is Winemaking Director at Chandon Australia, where he oversees all aspects of wine production, style and elaboration of traditional method sparkling wine.