Membership Categories & How to Join
Australian Grape & Wine members participate across the entire Australian wine sector, from the wine producers, the winegrape growers, and the greater supply chain. Between them, they service and supply approximately 1 million tonnes of grapes and produce over 75% of Australia’s wine.
The 2021 Membership period starts on 1 July 2021. If you would like to join in 2021, please peruse our 2020 Membership Prospectus for more information on the work we do for our members, and the greater grape and wine sector. If you would like more information, please speak with one of our team on 08 8133 4300, or email us at email@example.com.
Australian Grape & Wine offers five categories of membership for all participants in the Australian wine sector. Select the membership category below that matches your business to find out more about your category, the fees, and how you can join.
An organisation that produces wine in Australia or has wine produced for them in Australia from their own grapes; or
purchases grapes or wine in Australia from another person for sale under their own brand.
An organisation whose principal business is growing grapes in Australia on a commercial basis for use in the production of wine.
Please note, if your principal business is producing wine, your membership type should be a Wine Producer.
Available to small wine producers in Queensland (up to 2000 tonnes) to become members of both organisations. In doing so a $165 discount on the Australian Grape & Wine membership fee applies.
An organisations whose principal business is to produce wine in Australia for another person/business from third party grapes.
An organisation or individual who is closely associated with the wine industry, but their primary business is not as a Vigneron or Wine producer.