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May (No. 604)


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Business & Technology

  • Solar power: our wineries are hot to trot
  • Training and education goes a long way today


  • Education and IT
  • Frost management
  • Post-harvest vineyard care
  • Pruning
  • WEA exhibition preview
  • WGGA news


  • Effect of cane girdling on Sauv Blanc inflorescence structures
  • Getting a grip on pruning this season
  • Marty’s living the dream
  • Mulch v compost: What works best in your vineyard?
  • Post-harvest is no time to go slow
  • Pruning systems: A short history of a long practice
  • Resistance shock a world-first for industry
  • Sweet science, sweet outcome
  • Tangential fan gets a real spray
  • There is still life, even after a killer frost hits


  • How Louisa Rose to such great heights
  • Kiwis make wine even when the sun don’t shine
  • Regional Round-up: New South Wales
  • Tasmania’s king of contract winemaking
  • Vintage promises quality but not quantity

Sales & Marketing

  • How much do Off-Premise retailers vary across markets?


  • Chilling out in Australian wine’s own Ice Age
  • German brothers turn to Germany for inspiration
  • Getting the Glaetzer show on the road
  • New control for Brett in wine
  • Quarter of our wines face Chinese ban
  • The beauty of the boutique business
  • Winery Engineers Association 2014 conference

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