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Thomas Hébrard (center) and staff members outside Château Rauzan-Ségla in the Médoc, Bordeaux. Photo: Tom Mullen

The Entrepreneur Streamlining The Sale Of Top Wines

Thomas Hébrard grew up near Arcachon, close to the vineyards of Bordeaux in France. His grandfather and his father made wine. Disinterested, Thomas studied aeronautical engineering as well as business, then opted for a prestigious job as a strategy consultant in Paris.

SA's Seppeltsfield Wines first invested in virtual reality technology in 2016. Photo: Seppeltsfield Winery

Why more Australian winemakers are using virtual reality to attract international tourists

Australian winemakers are turning to virtual and augmented reality technology in a bid to tap into international markets.

The Federal Government recently coughed up $2.8 million for a handful of Australian winemaking associations or bodies to invest in tourism projects.

Julien Sahut, head wine steward at Sexy Fish in Mayfair, with his new wine picking app. Photo: Daniel Hambury | @stellapicsltd

Sommelier to the stars launches app to help diners pick perfect wine at London's top restaurants

Can technology compete with a human sommelier? This new Wine Picker app is trying to find out.

A sommelier to the stars has launched a smartphone app to help diners pick the perfect wine to pair with meals at London’s top restaurants.

Barossa Visitor Centre will be upgraded with funds obtained from a Federal Government grant.

Government Funds Boosts Barossa Wine Region

The Barossa wine sector has been given a boost by the Federal Government after receiving more than $300,000 in funding to help promote the region’s product.