WA wine exports: Building an economic future with China

External PersonnelJeremy Galbreath
Project FundingBankwest Curtin Economics Centre
Project StatusComplete

Project Summary

WA wine exports lag the country average almost 5 to 1, which costs the state economy approximately $100M annually. Exacerbating this is the fact that only around one quarter of WA wine producers export to China, which represents one of the biggest economic opportunities for wine in the world. By relying on both quantitative and qualitative methods, this project analyzed, and puts forths, specific pathways for WA wine producers who are seeking to export to China.

Project Outputs

China as an export market: the case of Western Australian wine Jeremy Galbreath, Grace Gao, Louis Geneste, Kristina Georgiou, Niki Hynes, Paull Weber Chapter 11 of Food, Wine and China, Christof Pforr and Ian Phau (Eds). This chapter includes findings from a BCEC-funded project titled ‘WA wine exports: Building an economic future with China‘. The growth of the Chinese economy and the emergence of... Read article 25 May 2018Books and Book Chapters Read More
WA Wine Exports: Building an Economic Future with China Jeremy Galbreath, Grace Gao, Louis Geneste, Kristina Georgiou, Niki Hynes, Paull Weber Australian wine production has had a fair share of ups and downs in the past 10 years. More recently, overproduction, the high value of the dollar, and global competition from rapidly improving New World wine producers has strained the industry. Revenue has declined. Exports have softened. An... Read article 10 February 2016BCEC Reports  |  Feature Read More