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May-June 2012 (No. 3)

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  • Technology vs tradition: which will support the future of the Australian wine industry? - Tony Keys
  • Englandís sparkling future beckons - Richard Smart
  • Quality in a cool climate - maceration techniques in Pinot Noir production - Robert Dambergs, Angela Sparrow, Anna Carew, Neil Scrimgeour, Eric Wilkes, Peter Godden, Markus Herderich and Daniel Johnson
  • Breeding for success: yeast strain development at the AWRI - 35-39
  • Case study of vigour-based zonal vineyard management and phenolic variation in wine - Nathan Scarlett and Keren Bindon
  • Leaf removal and harvest timing effects on Shiraz wine composition and assessment - John Whiting
  • Grapevine propagation best practices - Part 1 - Brady Smith, Helen Waite, Nick Dry and David Nitschke
  • Ensuring trueness to type of some alternative varieties Report from the pilot Varietal Verification Project - Part 2: What does it mean to the grower? - Libby Tassie, Prue Henschke and David Coleman
  • Italyís Fiano - which one do we have in Australia? - Libby Tassie, Antonella Monaco, Anna Schneider and Jean-Michael Boursiquot
  • Time on the vine valuable for golden Petit Manseng - Peter Rogers
  • Baseline distribution metrics for Australian wine entering the Chinese market - Johan Bruwer, Martin Hirche, Chang Liu, Hao Yang, Xiaocen Chen and Supasit Peanchitlertkajorn
  • Behind a Master of Wine qualification - Sonya Logan
  • True innovation wards off complacency - Richard Halstead
  • Redman name synonymous with Coonawarra - Matt Byrne
  • Penola bypasse impasse finally broken - Matt Byrne
  • Australian Fianos weather litmus test
  • Fresh and forgiving Fiano
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