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April (No. 555)


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australian wine business

  • Australia’s green ‘cred’ stamp: Will it work?
  • Marketing wines to diverse markets

education & training

  • A gem in the middle of wine country
  • University of Adelaide launches new degree
  • USQ delivers flexible approach


  • French pick up the slack

fertilisers & nutrition

  • Is the wrong calcium costing you the earth?


  • Environmentally-safe filtration options available
  • Filtration for the small winemaker


  • Limestone Coast workshop puts Tempranillo under the spotlight
  • Regulating winegrape sugar accumulation through leaf removal
  • Trunk diseases and vine failure: The costs of poor quality propagating and planting material

IT & communications

  • New warehouse management system suits winery operations
  • Software streamlining process reduces duplicate data entry
  • Software system cuts labour costs, assists with formulating blends


  • AWBC restructure to help enhance wine image, reputation
  • Carbon neutrality: The new black
  • My View: James Hook – Look after your tribe


  • Pruning assists yield restrictions in NZ
  • Pruning for perfection – the ideal vine vigour
  • Taking a closer look: Opportunities to improve pruning

trellising & training

  • New trellising products combine strength and sustainability
  • Triggs supplies strong grape support

WineEng 2010

  • Preview Guide: The national conference and exhibition of WEA


  • Does alcohol adversely affect an adolescent’s brain?
  • Malolactic fermentation problems: Causes and solutions
  • Part Two: Managing malolactic fermentations

Grapegrower & Winemaker

AB Mauri



WID 2017