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May-June 2011 (No. 3)


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  • Taking the stink out of fermentation - Antonio Cordente, Christopher Curtin, Paul Henschke, Paul Chambers, Markus Herderich and Isak Pretorius
  • Grappling with diseased fruit and low sugar ripeness - Includes Travis Clydesdale, Corrina Wright and Adam Chapman
  • Lower baumes - lighter wines - harder acid: Techniques and products for improving the palate of lighter white wines with high malic acid - Rachel Gore
  • Grape Sorters An innovation in winemaking - of sorts - Includes Peter Fraser and Sally Williams
  • Top 10 common habits of successful growers - Toby Bekkers
  • Mid-row crop management options to improve vineyard performance and profitability - Tony Hoare
  • Mothballing vineyards - why, how and why not - Ursula Kennedy
  • Is Vermentino a Ďhands-oní variety? - Ashley Ratcliff
  • Changes in canopy management working Wehl for Mount Benson vigneron - Matt Byrne
  • Pruning Electric or air - a powerful argument - Laurie Martin
  • Wine show judge puts Pinot clones and rootstocks on trial - Mark Smith
  • Industry puts low-medium vigour rootstocks to the test - Peter Clingeleffer, Brady Smith, Everard Edwards, Marissa Collins, Norma Morales, Hilary Davis, Steve Sykes and Rob Walker
  • Rondinella and Corvina: Italyís Amarone varieties find a new home in the Hilltops - Brian Freeman
  • How much is it worth? Whatís involved in a vineyard or winery valuation - Colin Gaetjens and Toby Langley
  • The value of sustainability in the New Zealand wine sector - Damien Wilson
  • The realities of the Indian wine market - Mark Rowley
  • Bruce Tyrrell: the Don Quixote of Semillon - Matt Byrne
  • Margan out to protect the Hunterís future - Matt Byrne
  • Making Hunter Valley Semillon more approachable - John Blackman, Anthony Saliba and Ken Bray
  • The search for Semillonís charisma - Tony Keys
  • Stylish Semillon
  • Hunter still king of Semillon





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