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May – June 2018 (Volume 33, Number 3)

  • ASVO seminar is going regional
  • New regulations add further protection for Australian wine businesses
  • SEMINAR PREVIEW: Frontline Pest and Disease Management for Healthy Vineyards
  • Shifting the boundaries: why we must fight to keep Prosecco
  • Why so little new research about juice handling?
  • Hyperspectral imaging of botrytis in grapes
  • Winemaking supplements: what’s inside?
  • Sidewood’s new bottling line provides options for small Adelaide Hills wineries
  • Brettanomyces yeasts still have potential to give wine producers a headache
  • Grapevine row orientation: a factor in microclimate, physiology, growth and yield
  • Advances and requirements for machine learning and artificial intelligence applications in viticulture
  • Artificial intelligence to measure Australia’s national vineyard
  • Playing it cool with Gruener Veltliner at Longview
  • Values rise as competition for Australian vineyards and wine assets intensifies
  • The viticultural and marketing road to alternative varieties
  • The challenge for Wilyabrup wineries
  • How Australian wine benefits from FTAs
  • The organisation, culture and values of family wine businesses: a comparative analysis between Australia,
  • Germany and Italy
  • Coming clean on crafting Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Tasting: $20+ Cabernet Sauvignon

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