Liquor retailers are reminded to remain three steps ahead in case of a return to a more rigid lock down restrictions.
A new survey from Wine Intelligence has revealed the impact of COVID-19 on the Australian wine market, including that many wine drinkers are cautious about going out once lockdown is over.
Restrictions on the sale of takeaway alcohol in Western Australia have been lifted.
It’s been determined that the health and logistical risks are too great for a June launch.
The @supportaussiewineries Instagram account aims to garner support for small struggling winemakers.
A new store, new roles and a new virtual event help Dan Murphy’s embrace community connections.
Reports of increased online retail liquor sales aren’t likely to translate to a rise in overall consumption.
The value of Australian wine exports was positive last year, with numbers not yet impacted by COVID-19.
Consumers accustomed to buying online based on product and price will be craving social experiences post-pandemic.
Industry associations are concerned the current restrictions are creating an uneven playing field for WA liquor retailers.