Wine Grape Council of South Australia
lead the way.
Helping SA grapegrowers lead the way.
The Wine Grape Council of SA (WGCSA) is the peak body for South Australian grapegrowers funded through a voluntary contribution paid on winegrapes sold from SA vineyards.
The Council provides independent grapegrowers with a voice on commercial, agribusiness, technical, viticultural and environmental matters in industry, government and public debate. It develops strategies and funds programs that support growers and ensures the importance of grape growing and the interests of grapegrowers are strongly represented in South Australia and nationally.
Its vision is for a prosperous and sustainable South Australian wine grape industry where the livelihoods of growers and their communities are enhanced through agricultural practices, innovation, education, relationships and culture.
WGCSA aims to be a responsive, capable organisation and to move with the times. The Council’s goal is to represent SA growers at a state and national level and to ensure that growers’ money is used to deliver real benefits.
It is becoming more and more important for growers to have access to tools that will help them build resilience, implement new research, understand and track new opportunities while protecting their assets both practically and financially.
WGCSA delivers for SA grapegrowers through leadership, communication and most importantly access to information and resources to lead the way in the national wine grape market.
National Wine Centre,
Cnr Botanic and Hackney Road,
ADELAIDE SA 5000
T: 0419 039 508
Ground Floor, 62 The Parade, Norwood SA
PO Box 259, Kent Town DC, SA 5071
Telephone: 08 8297 0899