Providing a strong, united voice for the sector and representing our industry on these issues is vital for the long-term sustainability of all. The fee structure has been designed to ensure an appropriate level of funding and industry backing so that Wine Victoria can advocate on behalf of the industry and effectively plan and deliver programs for the benefit of all.
|Priorities||What We Do||What Members Receive|
|Advocacy||Provide a singular vision and voice for the Victorian wine industry to government and industry associations. Develop the strategic policy positions for the Victorian wine industry.||An operating environment that is supportive of a strong industry and priorities it requires for growth.|
|Communication||Be a key information source for issues and opportunities that impact and influence our industry.||The knowledge to make you formed business decisions.|
|Collaboration||Collaborate with key stakeholders across government regional associations national industry bodies and other appropriate wine industry or associated organisations to provide maximum value for the Victorian wine industry.||A conduit that develops partnerships to leverage and maximise value for our members.|
|Capability and Leadership||Leverage opportunities to grow and develop the capabilities of the people that work within our industry.||A robust industry that is fit for purpose for the future.|
|Viticulture and Winemaking||Support Victorian growers and winemakers to operate as efficiently as possible with best practise principles and future focused outcomes focused on research strategy and training that will improve quality productivity sustainable practises climate change adaptation and profitability over the longer term.||Access to the latest technical information and skills development to support our members.|
|Trade||To seek out and enhance opportunities for the industry to improve profitability.||Opportunities to enhance sales growth and business.|
2023 – 2024 Fee Structure
The subscriptions and fee structure for members of Wine Victoria for FY24 is as follows:
Full Member – Victorian Wine Producers
|Size (tonnes crushed)||Fees (+gst)|
|< 20 tonnes||$250|
|20 to 249 tonnes||$400|
|250 to 499 tonnes||$750|
|500 to 999 tonnes||$2,500|
|1000 to 4,999 tonnes||$5,000|
|5,000 to 9,999 tonnes||$7,500|
|10,000 tonnes or more||$12,500|
Full Member – Grape Grower
Full Member – Wine Region Association
|The fee for each Wine Region Associations will be the greater of:|
Wine Region Association
|Region||Minimum Fee (+ gst)|
|Alpine Valleys, Beechworth, Goulburn Valley, Henty, Murray Valley||$2,500|
|Bendigo, Geelong, Gippsland, Grampians, Macedon Ranges, Pyrenees||$5,000|
|Heathcote, King Valley||$10,000|
|Mornington Peninsula, Rutherglen||$15,000|
Annual General Meeting
2023 Annual General Meeting
Victorian Wine Industry Association gives notice that the Annual General Meeting of its members will be held at 5pm AEDT on Wednesday 29 November 2023.
The AGM will be held in-person at Treasury Wine Estates in Melbourne, and online via Zoom video conference this year.
Please RSVP your attendance before 27th November. We look forward to seeing you there!
2023 Annual Report
"Over the past year, Wine Victoria has represented our industry with a focus on post-COVID industry recovery, sustainability, opening trade pathways, enhancing profitability, and fostering collaboration. Our role is to be the leading voice for the sector and to act as a conduit to develop partnerships that maximise value for all our members, ensuring a strong, profitable, and future-focused industry."
2022 Annual Report
"Whilst we have continued to experience challenges throughout 2022, we have welcomed the return of tourism to the regions and hospitality venues returning to a level of normality. Increasing costs, logistical challenges, rising inflation and staff shortages are being experienced around the country and having a significant impact on our industry."
2022 Annual General Meeting
Join us for our annual AGM