The Australian Government is today (8 March 2018) expected to finalise the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP or TPP11). The Agreement is then required to be ratified by the member countries before entering into force.
The TPP11 is the revised version of the original Trans-Pacific Partnership, which the United States (US) withdrew from in January 2017. Since the US withdrawal, the remaining parties lead by Japan and Australia have sought to ensure an outcome for its remaining 11 participants.
You can find more information on how the outcomes of the TPP11 will affect Australian wine exporters here .