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January-February 2014 (No. 1)

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The January-February issue.
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  • Building the foundations for a prosperous new year - Andreas Clark
  • 2014 – a watershed year for the Australian wine industry - Paul Evans
  • News from the ASVO’s AGM - Paul Petrie
  • All the fun of the fair – Part 2 - Tony Keys
  • SIMEI steps up for sustainable grape and wine production - Dr Jim Fortune
  • Lighter bottles – ‘green’ and lighter on the hip pocket - Cathy Howard
  • Cutting edge Pinot - Angela Sparrow, Bob Dambergs and Dugald Close
  • Sustainability a hot topic at De Bortoli - Sonya Logan
  • Upsurge in the ‘green’ factor at the home of the ‘red stripe’ - Sonya Logan
  • The role of trace metals in wine ‘reduction’ - Marlize Viviers, Mark Smith, Eric Wilkes, Paul Smith and Dan Johnson
  • Tamburlaine – a pioneer and still leading the way in sustainable viticulture - Tony Hoare
  • Long-term use of regulated deficit irrigation does not lead to a decline in vine performance - Everard Edwards and Peter Clingeleffer
  • Sparkling wine research heats up in cool climate Tasmania - Mark Smith
  • Beautiful Malvasia Istriana - Sonya Logan
  • Sustainable practice in a bottle – do consumers really care? - Linda Ovington, Anthony Saliba, Suren Samuelian and Jasmine MacDonald
  • Solar power – lessons learned and the underlying business case for wine producers - David Beutefer
  • Are Australian wines well known in China? - Justin Cohen, Armando Maria Corsi and Larry Lockshin
  • History of the WET and the WET Producer Rebate - Matthew Brittingham
  • Keeping up with your consumers - Richard Halstead
  • The full Monte – the Australian way
  • Montepulciano shows promise under hot Australian conditions

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