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March-April 2011 (No. 2)


The March-April issue.
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  • Nat White: from lemonade to handmade
  • Harnessing AWRI’s yeast and bacterial research to shape ‘Next-Gen’ Chardonnay Part 2: Influence of yeast, nutritional management and malolactic fermentation - Christopher Curtin, Jennifer Bellon, Eveline Bartowsky, Paul Henschke, Paul Chambers, Markus Herderich and Isak Pretorius
  • Cork closures holding their ground in the US?
  • Pinot Noir The Pinot principles
  • Phosphorus acid - can we have it back please? - Tony Hoare
  • Queensland vineyards and ‘the big wet’ - Ursula Kennedy
  • The potential for growth of the Tasmanian wine sector...might it become the Pinot isle? - Richard Smart
  • Busy year ahead for Tasmanian Pinot researchers - Mark Smith
  • Gruner Veltliner finds a new home in the Adelaide Hills - Larry Jacobs
  • Selling wine - the hidden costs - Stephen Harvey
  • How does Australia rank in the various quality segments of the world’s wine markets? - Kym Anderson and Signe Nelgen
  • Viticulturists labelled for their efforts - Matt Byrne
  • Everything’s coming up rosé - Matt Byrne
  • Natural viticulture - what’s your motivation? - Toby Bekkers
  • The new Barossa story - according to Henry - Matt Byrne
  • The importance of relationships in the wine sector - Damien Wilson
  • The politics of vintage - Tony Keys
  • The clone rangers of the Mornington Peninsula - Matt Byrne
  • Crafting Pinot Noir
  • Pinots should be grown not made





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