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Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower & Winemaker
Current Issue – January 2020 (no. 672)

Grapegrower & Winemaker provides subscribers with access to an online version of each print issue.


  • How our changing climate is affecting harvest preparations
  • I can smell smoke – now what?
  • Precision viticulture: a slow burn among smaller producers
  • The vineyard dogfight: autonomous UAVs versus birds
  • Yalumba converts to bulk bag discharging of granular tartaric acid
  • Website design, refresh and redesign – should you DIY or outsource to an expert?
  • Far From Ordinary Aussie Wine Month: a look back and a step forward


  • Interim determination on Wilyabrup GI
  • Action on harmful drinking welcomed
  • Riverina growers express concerns over water sharing plan
  • Australian first for world’s oldest grape
  • Biocontrol agent for grapevine trunk diseases shows potential
  • 50th advanced wine assessment course
  • Wine company achieves 100% renewable electricity
  • International briefs


  • What’s Online
  • In This Issue
  • Winetitles Insights
  • Ask the AWRI
  • Producer profile: Don Oliver
  • Looking back
  • Calendar
  • Marketplace classifieds


  • Sunscreen on grapes and other novel responses to climate change by Victoria’s grapegrowers
  • A 2030 retrospective on Australian vineyard floor management
  • Top technology trends form SIMEI
  • Young Gun: Zoe Marychurch


  • Learnings from viticulture and winemaking in Alsace
  • Alsatian wine made the Blackenbrook way
  • Winery pumps: the smart move forward
  • Behind the top drops: Jim Barry Watervale Riesling
  • The influence of provenance on Australian Pinot Noirs

Business & Technology

  • Top technology trends in winemaking
  • Labour hire licensing and its impact on the Australian wine industry
  • Sale as an option within the succession plan

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