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May-June 2014 (No. 3)


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  • The triumph of perception over reality - Jonathan Cahill
  • Australia raises a glass to local wines - Aaron Brasher
  • Mildura seminar program confirmed - Paul Petrie
  • Free trade agreements and the Australian wine sector - Tony Battaglene
  • Crack in the China? - Tony Keys
  • The dirt behind the quest for cleaner and cleaner fruit - Inc. Stuart Bourne, Joel Tilbrook, Michael Paxton and Bernard Hickin
  • Influence of phenolics on white wine quality and style - Richard Gawel, Peter Godden, Patricia Williamson and Leigh Francis
  • Grape sorting on the move – the effects on juice and wine quality - Cathy Howard
  • Size does not matter for infrared water status assessment - Sigfredo Fuentes, Carlos Poblete-Echeverria, Gustavo Lobos and Richard Collmann
  • Benefits and pitfalls of field grafting winegrapes – Part 2 - Tony Hoare
  • Improved trellis systems – is Australia keeping up? - Richard Smart
  • Pfeiffer Wines takes a walk on the lighter side with Gamay - Sonya Logan
  • Factors in the commodity wine market - Mark Rowley
  • Accurate mid-infrared analysis in wine production – fact or fable? - Eric Wilkes and Luke Warner
  • Consumer perceptions of premium and luxury wine brands - Therese Sjostrom, Armando Maria Corsi and Larry Lockshin
  • Thinking outside the bottle: information about Australia can increase the choice of Australian wines by Chinese consumers - Patricia Osidacz Williamson, Simone Mueller Loose, Larry Lockshin and Leigh Francis
  • Making voluptuous Viognier
  • What’s the world doing in grape and wine research – Part 2? - Sonya Logan
  • Ge!ing to know Viognier – the quest continues

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