Grapegrower & Winemaker
Grapegrower & Winemaker
Grapegrower & Winemaker, Australia's longest established and most authoritative wine industry journal covering Australia and New Zealand.
Subscribe to Australia’s longest established and most authoritative wine industry journal covering Australia and New Zealand.
Join thousands of other industry professionals who read Grapegrower & Winemaker, the highly regarded and internationally recognised monthly magazine.
A summary of the year that was 2021 is included as part of Grapegrower & Winemaker’s annual Top 20 Australian wine companies special feature. For this, industry leaders share their thoughts on the state of the sector and what lies ahead. New Zealand’s wine industry is also showcased and we reveal how major producers there managed last year.
Heading into the vineyard, we look at managing safety for workers, while we also investigate irrigation options among NZ growers. We turn to the NSW Riverina for our latest regional spotlight, which includes an update one year on from Calabria Family Wines’ purchase of McWilliam’s Wines. Journalist Harrison Davies explores the rising fortunes in Australia of Montepulciano in our latest Uncorked feature.
For wineries, we reveal more about the gasses used in winemaking as well as the management of calcium tartrate instability. Engineering consultant Ian Jeffery asks if green hydrogen may be a solution for cutting energy use in wineries, and we meet this month’s Young Gun, Langhorne Creek winemaker Lachlan George, whose label, ‘DILF’ is short for ‘Damn I Like Fermenting’.
We again look into ongoing supply chain issues affecting the industry and find out about a unique American scheme utilising recycled wine bottles.
Already a subscriber?
Login with your username and password.
Subscribers have free access to online content. Click here to read magazine online.
Articles for purchase
If you are not a subscriber, you may purchase articles individually at $8.80 each (free for subscribers).
Punchdowns, pumpovers and rack and returns sometimes don’t introduce enough aeration to red wine fermentations to achieve a winemaker’s desired wine style. For those winemakers,
The story of Grenache is not dissimilar from that of the ugly duckling. It was long misunderstood but has seen a resurgence in recent years that has brought it to the forefront of Australian winemaking. Harrison Davies explores how the stars aligned for this long ignored variety to enter the spotlight.