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News posted on Thursday, 30 October 2008
It's not about the 2009 vintage
It seems that there is a misconception among some commentators that my recent paper on the over-supply of winegrapes was about predicting the size of the 2009 harvest, writes Paul Clancy.
WineTechnology@work Seminar presents new developments in analytical technology
Winemakers; oenologists, and packaging, process, quality control and other wine industry professionals are invited to attend the WineTechnology@work Seminar, a free event integrating new research and technologies to optimize wine quality through process control and oxygen management from berry to bottle and beyond.
Chambers turns 150
Chambers Rosewood Vineyard, located in Rutherglen, is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year.
Introducing Knappstein’s new winemaker
Julian Langworthy is Knappstein Enterprise Winery and Brewery’s new winemaker.
Houghton celebrates its wines with long lunch
On Saturday November 29, Western Australia’s most awarded winery is hosting the ultimate extravagant experience, The Houghton Long Lunch.
The Inaugural Wayne Thomas Scholarship awarded to a gem
The McLaren Vale Wine Show and the McLaren Vale Grape, Wine and Tourism Association have awarded the inaugural Wayne Thomas Scholarship to McLaren Vale Winemaker Mike Brown of Gemtree Vineyards.
Perth Hills Wine Region celebrates 10th anniversary
The Perth Hills Wine Region is celebrating their 10th anniversary of Geographic Indication (GI) in 2009.
Montana Wines first NZ winery to achieve five international standards
Montana Wines is the first wine business in New Zealand to achieve five top international industry standards relating to quality, environment, health and safety, for all its vineyards, wineries and packaging facilities across the country.
McLaren Vale announces most outstanding cellar door person
The McLaren Vale Cellar Door Committee have announced that Mark Van Gestel from Primo Estate is the winner for the most outstanding cellar door person in the Vale.