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Wine Roadshow

Catching the Export Wave

A seminar hosted by FINLAYSONS Australian Wine Lawyers

Australian wine exports are booming again.  Do you want to catch this wave?

Once again, Finlaysons has gathered together a group of experts, with proven expertise and experience, including representatives of WFA and Wine Australia for Wine Roadshow 26 to give you the answers on catching the export wave such as:

Do you know which markets present the greatest opportunities in the short, medium and long terms? What trade barriers are in the way and what are we doing about them?

What grant monies are available?  How do you access them?

What export approvals are required?  What is the process to obtain them?

How do you organise the ship? What documentation is required?

What should be in your contract with your importer / distributor?

What do you do if you have a dispute with your importer?  Can you resolve it but still maintain the relationship?  Alternatively how do you exit whilst still getting paid and preserving your stock?

Attend Wine Roadshow 26 and position your business to catch the export wave, without being dumped.

2018 details coming soon.


Attend Wine Roadshow 26 and position your business to catch the export wave, without being dumped.


Speakers

Will leads Finlaysons’ Wine Group. His practice has, for over 20 years now, been focused virtually solely on the wine industry. He has extensive experience acting for large and small participants in the wine industry, in relation to joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, business structures, capital raising, succession planning and their general commercial activities such as entering into supply, processing and distribution contracts. He has also had his own wine business for the last 20 years.

Andrew is a member of Finlaysons Wine Group and in his role as head of our Commercial Disputes team, Andrew applies his expertise across many industries including mining, resources, engineering, wine and corporate. He advises and acts in a range of dispute resolution matters for clients and practises in a variety of courts.

Andrew’s adaptability is demonstrated by the diverse clients he represents. Andrew has acted in litigation for ssignificant wine industry clients and a major supermarket chain in various disputes, including urgent injunctions in the Supreme and Federal Courts.

Andrew works particularly hard to ‘stand in his clients’ shoes’ in order to better understand their legal and commercial position, to identify and understand the relevant technical details of a matter and provide commercially-relevant and informed advice.

Tony joined the Winemakers’ Federation of Australia in 1999, to drive strategy for the sector, developing and implementing a comprehensive market access strategy, overseeing biosecurity, research and development and industry policy and strategy. He has developed key networks with competitors and other industries to further the interests of the Australian wine sector.

This has brought international recognition of his activities and provided opportunities with trade negotiations and international representative roles in the OECD and APEC. He has also played a key strategic role in restructuring the Australian wine sector though the development of the Australian Grape and Wine Authority, which has a significant role in directing the activities of the sector. He is currently the Chief Executive of the Winemakers’ Federation of Australia.


Venues

All seminars will run from 3.00pm – 6.00pm, followed by drinks and nibbles from 6.00pm – 7.00pm.

Registration is at 2:45pm.

3 August 2018
TBC

15 August 2018
The Tuileries

7 August 2018
1847 Wines

16 August 2018
Giant Steps

8 August 2017
TBC

17 August 2018
Hadley’s Hotel

13 August 2018
Estate Tuscany

24 August 2018
Watershed Wines

7 September 2018
TBC

14 August 2018
TBC

Refreshments will be served after the formal sessions, enabling participants to have more detailed discussions with the speakers. The cost of the seminar is $140.00 per head (plus GST), which covers registration, seminar papers and refreshments. Members of WFA, SAWIA, Wines of WA, Wine Tasmania, NSWWIA, and WCA and AGWA levy payers receive a discounted rate of $95.00 per head (plus GST).

For further information, please contact Sara Bradshaw at Finlaysons:
Phone: 08 8235 7771
Fax: 08 8232 2944
Email: sara.bradshaw@finlaysons.com.au


  • Winemakers’ Federation of Australia Inc
  • Mount Benson Vignerons Association Inc
  • Australian Grape and Wine Authority
  • Mount Gambier Regional Winegrowers Association Inc
  • Australian Society of Viticulture and Oenology
  • Mudgee Wine Grape Growers Association Inc
  • Adelaide Hills Wine Inc
  • Murray Valley Winegrowers’ Inc
  • Adelaide Plains Wine Region Inc
  • New England Wine Industry Association
  • Alpine Valleys Vignerons
  • North Coast Wine Growers Association Inc
  • Association of Australian Boutique Winemakers Inc
  • NSW Wine Industry Association
  • Ballarat & District Vignerons’ Association
  • Orange Region Vignerons Association Inc
  • Barossa Grape & Wine Association
  • Padthaway Grapegrowers Association Inc
  • Bathurst Regional Vignerons Association Inc
  • Peel Wine Association Inc
  • Beechworth Vignerons Association
  • Pemberton Wine Region Association
  • Bendigo Winegrowers’ Association
  • Perricoota Wine Region
  • Blackwood Valley Wine Industry Association Inc
  • Perth Hills Vignerons Association Inc
  • Broke Fordwich Wine & Tourism Association
  • Pyrenees Grapegrowers & Winemakers Association
  • Canberra District Wine Industry Association
  • Queensland Wine Industry Association Inc
  • Central Goldfields Winegrowers Inc
  • Riverina Wine Grapes Marketing Board
  • Clare Region Wine Grape Growers Association Inc
  • Riverina Winemakers’ Association Inc
  • Clare Valley Winemakers Inc
  • Riverland Wine
  • Coonawarra Grape and Wine Incorporated
  • Riverland Winemakers Association
  • Cowra Region Vineyard Association Inc
  • Robe Grape Growers Association
  • Currency Creek Wine Region Association
  • Robinvale & District Winegrape Growers Association Inc
  • Frankland River Winemakers & Grape Growers Association
  • Scenic Rim Wine Industry Association
  • Geelong Winegrowers Association Inc
  • Shoalhaven Coast Wine Industry Association Inc
  • Geographe Wine Industry Association Inc
  • Somerset Valley Grape & Wine Producers Association Inc
  • Goulburn Valley Wine Association Inc
  • South Australian Wine Industry Association Inc
  • Grampians Winemakers’ Inc
  • South Burnett Wine Industry Association Inc
  • Granite Belt Wine & Tourism Inc
  • Strathbogie Ranges Wine Region Inc
  • Great Southern Wine Producers’ Association Inc
  • Sunbury & District Grape Growers Association
  • Heathcote Winegrowers Association Inc
  • Swan Hill Wine Region Grape Growers Association Inc
  • Henty Wine Region Association
  • Swan Valley & Regional Winemakers Association Inc
  • Hilltops Vineyard Association
  • Sydney Vignerons Association Inc
  • Hunter Valley Wine & Tourism Association
  • The Winemakers of Rutherglen
  • King Valley Vignerons Inc
  • Tumbarumba Vignerons Association Inc
  • Lachlan Valley Grapegrowers
  • Upper Goulburn Winegrowers Association
  • Langhorne Creek Grape and Wine Inc
  • Upper Hunter Winemakers’ Association Inc
  • Limestone Coast Grape & Wine Industry Council Inc
  • Wine Grape Growers Australia
  • Macedon Ranges Vignerons Association
  • Wine Tasmania
  • Margaret River Wine Association Inc
  • Wine Victoria
  • McLaren Vale Grape, Wine & Tourism Association
  • Wines of Gippsland Inc
  • Mildura Murray Darling Wine Industry Association
  • Mildura Region Winegrowers Association
  • Wines of Western Australia Inc
  • Mornington Peninsula Vignerons’ Association Inc
  • Wrattonbully Wine Region Association
  • Mount Barker Wine Producers Association
  • Yarra Valley Wine Growers Association Inc

About Finlaysons Wine Group

Finlaysons is a leading Australian law firm based in Adelaide. We have decades of experience advising people involved in the wine industry. Our specialist Wine Group gives assistance to clients across Australia, from small family wineries through to the country’s biggest producers. We also have leading global wine industry clients.

The partners and senior associates in the Wine Group include:

  • Will Taylor, Lan Lam and Andrew Dyda – mergers and acquisitions, business structures, capital raising, joint ventures, supply, processing and distribution contracts, succession planning and general commercial advice
  • Andrew Williams and Kirsten Gordge – commercial disputes and liquor licensing
  • Steven Tarca, Gavin Gragg and Adam Ludlow – real property (including vineyards and wineries)
  • Kyra Reznikov – environmental, planning, climate change, “green” marketing, waste management and water issues
  • Will Snow and Guy Biddle– employment, industrial relations, OHS&W and insurance issues
  • Lan Lam and Kirsten Gordge – intellectual property (ie. brand protection) and information technology (including social media)
  • Michael Butler, Mathew Brittingham and Jessica Pengelly – domestic and international tax (including WET)
  • Lisa Calabrese and Lewis Gentry – banking law and debt finance and collection

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