Australian Grape and Wine Authority

Part of the Agriculture portfolio and a Federal authority, also called Wine Australia

The Australian Grape and Wine Authority (AGWA) is the single Australian Government statutory service body for the Australian grape and wine community. We commenced on 1 July 2014 under the Act, which merged the RD&E activities of the Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation and the market development and regulatory activities of Wine Australia Corporation in one body. We conduct many of our activities under our trading name Wine Australia. This is our long-established brand for our market development activities, and our sector stakeholders have strongly supported the use of ‘Wine Australia’.

3 requests
FOI Delegations
Request sent to Australian Grape and Wine Authority by Ben Fairless on .
Long overdue.
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FOI Delegations - 2016
Response by Australian Grape and Wine Authority to Ben Fairless on .
Successful.
Dear Mr Fairless, Freedom of Information Request Number – AGWA051216   I refer to your recent request for access to documents under the Freedom...
Corporate plan and evaluation plan
Request to Australian Grape and Wine Authority by P. Gale. Annotated by Henare Degan on .
Long overdue.
Since this authority's FOI email address is bouncing I've set it to their generic enquiries address. Henare Right To Know administrator

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