The Wine & Viticulture Journal contains articles almost entirely written by members of the wine industry for members of the wine industry. It covers the wine industry from vine to market. In addition to regular contributions from the nation’s peak wine industry bodies Wine Australia, Australian Grape & Wine Incorporated, the Australian Wine Research Institute and the Australian Society of Viticulture & Oenology, the Wine & Viticulture Journal also contains articles by the world’s leading wine industry researchers and industry practitioners. This is supplemented by thought-provoking opinion pieces.
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Vintage 2021 – observations from the AWRI helpdesk By Adrian Coulter, Ben Cordingley, Geoff Cowey, Robyn Dixon, Marcel Essling, Matt Holdstock, Mardi Longbottom, Liz Pitcher,
By Justin Cohen, Senior Marketing Scientist, Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science, University of South Australia Government restrictions on business operators introduced to curb the spread
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Patritti had been working with a few alternative varieties, including Saperavi, Barbera, Arneis and Savagnin, when the availability of some so-called Tinta Amarela fruit was brought to its attention in 2012.