Regional Branding Library
The South Australian Wine Industry Association has long played a significant part in the export success of South Australian wine and it was determined that a new approach was needed to differentiate and position South Australian wine particularly in export markets.
Working with the seven largest South Australian regions (Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, Coonawarra, Langhorne Creek, McLaren Vale Riverland) to formulate a distinctive brand for each, a set of cohesive materials that showcasedSouth Australia and our distinctive wine regions have been created.
Collated in the Regional Branding Library at http://branding.winesa.asn.au/ materials include hero images, supporting images, templates for creating individual tasting notes, banners, posters and PowerPoint presentations. Also included are ready to print brochures, posters and presentations. Accessible anywhere in the world through the SAWIA website they are available to everyone wishing to promote South Australian wine.
Please note that SAWIA has no relationship with the companies mentioned, and therefore cannot take any responsibility for the reliability, business capability or financial position of the companies. It is therefore the responsibility of any wine company who contacts these companies to conduct due diligence to verify their credentials.
Wine Australia http://www.wineaustralia.com/australia/
Wine Australia is a federal statutory authority which supports the Australian wine sector through strategic marketing, information services, export and labelling regulation and the identification and protection of the nation's distinctive wine regions.
See AWBC for Export regulations and labelling requirements
Australian Customs Authority http://www.customs.gov.au/
Australian Customs protects Australia’s borders, and authorises the import and exporting of goods into and out of Australia.