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September-October 2015 (No. 5)

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  • Why quality control in the supply chain matters - Tony Battaglene
  • Working towards a prosperous Australian grape and wine community - Brian Walsh
  • Australia's warm inland regions - frying pan or fire? - Tony Keys
  • Concrete wine - first it was the egg, now it's tulips and teacups - Cathy Howard
  • Malolactic fermentation and red wine colour - James Osborne and Tresider Burns
  • Why does this Riesling smell like petrol? - Carolyn F. Ross, Anne C. Zwink, Luis Castro and Roland Harrison
  • Using copper more effectively in winemaking - Sabrina Reschke, Tina Tran, Marlize Bekker, Eric Wilkes and Dan Johnson
  • Investigating the consequences of trimming and crop removal on soluble solids and titratable acidity for Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir - Amber K. Parker, Rainer W. Hofmann, Cornelis van Leeuwen, Andrew R.G. McLachlan and Michael C.T. Trought
  • Timely trunk renewal to overcome trunk disease - Richard Smart
  • Rootstock tolerance and resistance to different genetic strains of phylloxera - Kevin Powell and Mark Krstic
  • Fast-tracking grape breeding for disease resistance - Ian Dry and Mark Thomas
  • The evolution of winegrapes - epigenetics, the new frontier - Tony Hoare
  • Lagrien - from a backyard in rural Victoria to Australia's first commercial release - Alan Cooper
  • Cellar door sales locations - a glimpse into the future - Paul Le Lacheur
  • A snapshot of Australian Pinot Noir production and purchases - Mark Rowley
  • Going uphill and down dale to produce top Riesling in the Clare and Eden Valleys
  • Australia’s classic Riesling regions go head-to-head
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