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March-April 2017 (No. 2)

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  • Incubator Initiative to strength regional R&D focus
  • 2017: the year ahead for the Australian wine sector
  • Fellows of the ASVO
  • A bird’s eye view of the Mornington Peninsula’s Pinot Celebration
  • Wine industry research – understanding the value
  • China’s wine industry is on the rise – but how far can it go?
  • The rapidly changing Chinese wine industry – an Australian winemaker’s perspective
  • Cool climate wine production in China
  • The China wine market – looking backward to look forward
  • China – this isn’t the time to pat ourselves on the back
  • Golden opportunities for Riverland wine in an expanding consumer-driven, Chinese economy
  • Treatment by fining agents of red wine affected by phenolic off-odour
  • Explorer’s rough guide to Tempranillo
  • Exploring potential for grape objective measures to predict wine grade and style
  • Reworking vineyards – why, when and how? Part 1
  • Prototype of app to help decide when grapes are harvest-ready put to the test in vintage 2017
  • Delving into the depths of Kangaroo Island red soil
  • Making a statement with Durif
  • What can be learned from the Yalumba v Pernod Ricard stoush over ‘Signature’?
  • The effect of stimulated transportation conditions on the chemical, physical and sensory profiles of Muller-Thurgau and Scheurebe wines
  • Food for wine styles – Sydney International Wine Competition
  • Producers maintain their cool for Tempranillo
  • Balancing tannin and acid a key to good Tempranillo
  • VA Filtration committed to promoting winemakers’ best intentions
  • Tastnig Notes - Tempranillo tasting
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