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May-June 2015 (Volume 30, Number 3)

A new look at an old practice: how sulfur dioxide additions influence microbial diversity during fermentation

A new robot for vineyard monitoring

A sub-standard standard

Current trends and future predictions for Australian viticulture - Part 2: The Golden Era - Potential opportunities and barriers to future success for Australian viticulture

Early results of the Free Trade Agreement with Japan

Further cuts to the costs of shipping wine samples overseas on the cards

Grapevine Pinot Gris virus - a tricky virus around the corner?

Highlights from the 9th International Workshop on Grapevine Trunk Diseases

Little and large - what is the future of the cask and half bottles?

Market development update: working together to build demand for Australian wine

Micro-oxygenation and its impact on polyphenols and sensory characteristics of Pinot Noir

Optimising the impact of wine education on Asian consumers: training with Western or Chinese terminology

Phase out WET rebate and redirect funds to boost export efforts

Potential rootzones - where are your roots?

Teroldego - "You never get better than this one"

Unravelling the capricious nature of Oenococcus oeni

Varietal Report - lesser-known Italian whites

Whole bunch fermentation: a wild card inclusion in red winemaking

Wine avoiders in five countries: potential for adopting wine as an alcoholic beverage of choice

WID 2015

Win A Trip To Simei

JMA Engineering


Wine Grape Growers Australia


Winery Engineering Association

Whitlands Engineering

Australia Trade Tasting

Spagnolo Engineering


Bucher Vaslin

Fischer Australis