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January-February 2016 (Volume 31, Number 1)

1,4-cineole: A contributor to Australian Cabernet Sauvignon typicality

Adapting to climate change: the role of canopy management and water use efficiency in vineyards

Are Facebook fans really 'engaging' with our wine brands? A case study of Australian wine brand Facebook pages

Assessing the environmental credentials of Australian wine

ASVO announces new board line-up and Fellow, bolsters industry collaboration

Effect of elevated CO2 and temperature on phenology, carbohydrates, yield and grape composition - preliminary results

Exporting Australian fine wine to the world

Food for thought for a new year - time to reboot back labels

Graciano - bringing grace to the table

Interactions between phenolics, alcohol and acidity in determining the mouthfeel and bitterness of white wine

Preventing trunk diseases in the vineyard: choosing the best practices

Rising to the Riesling challenge in Tasmania

Sustainability in the wine industry

The evolution of winegrapes - Part 2: Protecting the past to benefit the future

The Mother of Presidents nurtures a fledgling wine industry - but could it grow too big for its boots?

The only way is up: Adapting to the consumer shift to more premium wine

Virus-associated Shiraz Disease may lead Shiraz to become an endangered variety in Australia

Winery wastewater treatment and attaining sustainability





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