The 2019 Wine Media Conference is taking place in the Hunter Valley on 10-12 October and anyone interested in attending the event, should sign up soon, with early bird discounts ending on 31 July.
Founded in 2008 as the Wine Bloggers Conference, this conference attracts wine bloggers, wine writers, and wine influencers who write, photograph, and video about wines and the wine industry.
This year the conference features an extensive pre- and post-conference program and will be opened by James Halliday.
Wine Media Rate*
- $240 AUD + GST + Eventbrite booking fee through July 31, 2019
- $275 AUD + GST + Eventbrite booking fee through September 30, 2019
- $310 AUD + GST + Eventbrite booking fee after October 1, 2019
- $450 AUD + GST + Eventbrite booking fee through July 31, 2019
- $500 AUD + GST + Eventbrite booking fee through September 30, 2019
- $530 AUD + GST + Eventbrite booking fee after October 1, 2019
Anyone who blogs, writes, photographs or has social media accounts relating to wine or the wine industry is urged to attend this event.
In addition wine industry marketers and communicators looking to learn from the extensive conference program and interact with attending media should also consider this a must-attend event.
The 2019 conference is the first event being held outside North America and is supported by the Australian Government’s International Wine Tourism Competitive Grants program, administered by Wine Australia as part of the $50m Export and Regional Wine Support Package, along with local support from Destination New South Wales, and cooperation from Wine Communicators of Australia.
Details on the conference are available on the Wine Media Conference website and excursions can be booked by conference attendees online. Organisers have also revealed plans for Wine Country Excursions on the Friday of the conference, with a choice of six for attendees from: Degen Wines & Estate; Around Hermitage Food & Wine Trail; Mt Pleasant/Brokenwood/De Iuliis/Margan; The Magic of Mount View; Tyrrell’s Wines; Wine House Hunter Valley.
*To sign up for the Wine Media rate, you must commit to publishing at least three blog posts about the conference (if you have a blog) and at least six times on social media for your discount.