Rachel Triggs delivers legal, risk management and strategic support across all business units and assumes responsibility for Wine Australia’s regulatory and market access functions including the management of the label integrity program and maintenance of the Register of Geographical Indications and Other Terms.
Prior to joining Wine Australia, Ms Triggs worked as a corporate lawyer specialising in wine law. She has a Bachelor of Science (Jurisprudence) majoring in genetics and biochemistry, a Masters in Oenology and a Bachelor of Law (University of Adelaide), a Graduate Diploma of Legal Practice, and a Diploma of European Wine Law (University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne). In 2014, she co-authored a wine law text book, Global Wine Regulation.
Before completing her Law degree, Ms Triggs worked as a winemaker in the Adelaide Hills, Clare Valley, Hunter Valley, Oregon and Tuscany.