Have your say! Australian wine industry survey for English/Chinese dictionary

The Wine Science and Business Group of the University of Adelaide is producing an English/Chinese (Mandarin) dictionary with a particular emphasis on wine. This project is being led by Dr Sue Bastian and the project team is keen to use this opportunity to consolidate Australia’s position in the Chinese wine market.

Australian shiraz grapes about to be harvested

As part of the research proposal, we are running a survey of the Australian wine industry to seek your views on the format of the dictionary and the range of terms that might be included.

The following link will take you directly to the survey:


We would really appreciate you, or someone in your company, taking the time to complete the survey, which should take about 15 minutes. The data from the survey will ensure that we meet the needs of the industry in a market that offers enormous potential to Australian wine producers.

If you have any questions about the survey, please do not hesitate to contact the Project Manager, Trent Johnson (trent.johnson@adelaide.edu.au or 0413 193 330), School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, the University of Adelaide.

We look forward to a positive response from industry and would like to thank those who have already provided their responses.


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