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$220,000 SA Wine Industry Development Scheme responds to market disruptions | The Murray Valley Standard

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The cork has been popped on a $220,000 grant scheme designed to help pull South Australia’s $2 billion annually generated wine industry through the mud.

The latest state government investment announced yesterday responds to the sector also impacted by COVID-19.

Currently, South Australia is home to 18 wine regions dotted across the landscape and involving a network of 200-plus wineries/cellar doors.

According to the state government, the SA Wine Industry Development Scheme is among a raft of grant measures on offer or in the pipeline to assist the industry which also deals with impacts of recent bushfires and the drought.

Chiefly, the new initiative seeks to attract more visitors to experience the state’s wine regions, while strengthening…



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