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September-October 2013 (No. 5)


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  • Building a high quality perception of Australian wine in China - James Gosper
  • Wine and health issue is everyone’s responsibility - Paul Evans
  • Buried treasure: An anatomy of how Treasury Wine Estates arrived at where it is today - Tony Keys
  • Key messages from WineHealth 2013 – International Wine and Health Conference - Creina Stockley
  • New toys for wineries and vineyards: Some highlights of WineTech 2013 - Gary Baldwin
  • What’s old is new again with Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc blends - Cathy Howard
  • Let’s not be screwed! – screwcap damage levels greater than cork taint: implications for producers, the retail sector and consumers - Alison Eisermann-Ctercteko MW
  • Co-fermentation of Syrah with various additions of Viognier: Effect on colour and phenolics during winemaking and bottle ageing - L. Federico Casassa, Landon S. Keirsey, Maria S. Mireles, Richard C. Larsen and James F. Herbertson
  • Highlights of a newly-emerging grapevine virus: Grapevine red blotch-associated virus - Nuredin Habili
  • Understanding fungicide resistance in Australian vineyards - The Fungicide Resistance Project Team, including Barbara Hall, SARDI
  • Rising to the challenge of bird control - Sonya Logan
  • Wine aroma and grapevine berry ripening: how to capture the complexity - Alain Deloire
  • Wine sector attitudes to the adoption of Precision Viticulture - Rob Bramley
  • Apogee Vineyard: combining Old World methods with New World thinking - Mark Smith
  • Tinta Cão: grooming the ‘red dog’ - Sonya Logan
  • Why do people avoid consuming wine? - Anthony Saliba, Linda Ovington and Charini Gunaratne
  • Optimising the effect of wine education on Asian international students - Armando Corsi, Justin Cohen and Larry Lockshin
  • The influence of the senses on the consumption and purchase of wine - Charles Spence
  • Large crush raises profitability concerns - Mark Rowley
  • Getting the mix right for Semillon Sauvignon Blanc blends
  • Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc blends: the Aussie twist to a Bordeaux classic





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