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July-August 2015 (No. 4)


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  • Working to improve access to international markets - Steve Guy
  • Building 30 years with strong research - Tony Battaglene
  • Questions of taxation - Tony Keys
  • What's the world doing in grape and wine research? Part 3 - Peter Hayes
  • A dynamic evaluation of the oxygen transfer rate in oak barrels - Maria Del Alamo-Sanza and Ignacio Nevares
  • Exogenous tannins - what, when, why - Rachel Gore
  • The influences of different winemaking techniques on the mouthfeel of Shiraz grapes - Anton Nel, Leanie Louw, Marius Lambrechts and Pierre van Rensburg
  • Vintage 2015- observations from the AWRI helpdesk - Adrian Coulter, Geoff Cowey, Paul Petrie, Marcel Essling, Matt Holdstock, Creina Stockley, Con Simos and Dan Johnson
  • Understanding the influence of vine balance on berry composition: 2013-14 season project update - Everard J. Edwards, Peter R. Clingeleffer, Amanda R. Walker, Jason Smith, Bruno Holzapfel, Celia Barril, Cleggett Wines, McWilliams Wines, Wingara Wine Group
  • Investigating angular leaf scorch disease in the USA and implications for Australian biosecurity - Matthew Ayres, Mark Sosnowski and Wayne Wilcox
  • Mulching under vine - options and their benefits - Tony Hoare
  • Is varietal or regional distinctiveness the key to re-building competitiveness? - Kym Anderson
  • Lost Valley Cortese found at Corvaal Wines - Aldo Cevaal
  • A 'show system' approach for better marketing of Australian wine in China - Justin Cohen, Armando Maria Corsi and Larry Lockshin
  • VinExpo - should Australian and New Zealand wine producers reconsider? - Damien Wilson
  • Total exports on the rise for volume and value - Mark Rowley
  • Wine on tap - an innovation for younger generations? - Michaela Nuebling and Carl Behnke
  • Reasons why people avoid wine: comparisons between consumers and non-consumers across five countries - Linda Ovington, Anthony Saliba, Erica McIntyre and Johan Bruwer
  • Bringing Lagrein to life
  • Lagrein gives Shiraz drinkers something else to think about





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