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September-October 2012 (No. 5)


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  • Life as a small to medium wine producer - sans the rose-coloured glasses - Tony Keys
  • Climate mapping in Tasmania to encourage vineyard investment - Richard Smart
  • Aged Riesling and the development of TDN - Cory Black, Leigh Francis, Prue Henschke, Dimitra Capone, Samantha Anderson, Martin Day, Helen Holt, Wes Pearson, Markus Herderich and Dan Johnson
  • Managing oxygen in a small winery: Why tank size may be the key to excessive oxidation in small wineries - Curtis Phillips
  • Oxygen management during wine bottle ageing by means of closure selection: Current trends and perspectives - Maurizio Ugliano, Jean-Baptiste Dieval and Stephane Vidal
  • Botrytis decision support: online tools for predicting seasonal risk of botrytis bunch rot - Rob Beresford, Kathy Evans and Gareth Hill
  • Pre-flowering defoliation effects on fruitfulness in the subsequent season - Mark Krasnow
  • Hot winegrape production: Italian lessons - Mark Downey and Pietro Scafidi
  • Garganega - an enticing variety with fruit, flavour and finish - Robin Day
  • Why being good enough isn’t good enough - Robin Shaw
  • The impact of customer satisfaction on loyalty: How does it affect customers’ repurchase behaviour for Australian wine? - Anna Pullen and Tony Spawton
  • The sales impact of regional and environmental in-store promotions - Armando Corsi, Simone Mueller Loose and Larry Lockshin
  • Helm marks nearly 40 years of shaping the course of the Canberra District - Mark Smith
  • Canberra District matures beyond Riesling and Shiraz - Mark Smith
  • Soldiering on with Savagnin
  • Savagnin – a great white for Australia?





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