Wine & Viticulture Journal Issue 2, 2018
Title: Managing the impact of smoke taint in the Australian wine industry
Keywords: 2017, access, affected, agents, Agriculture, assess, Assessment, Australia, Australian, AWRI, berry, Blanc, blending, Burns, Bushfires, characteristics, Chemical, Composition, Compounds, Cost, cuticle, Data, database, DAWR, Decisions, Department, Development, Diagnostic, Dilution, Duration, Early, Effective, Enzymes, epidermis, Exposure, Fining, fire, Flavours, Fruit, Glycosides, government, Grapes, Grenache, Gris, Growing, Impact, Industry, Information, Institute, Intensity, Juice, La Trobe, limit, Management, Mataro, Merlot, mesurements, models, Molecules, Negative, network, options, pest. Control, Phenols, Pinot, planned, Prevent, project, Protectants, Quality, R&D, remediation, remove, Research, Resources, Risk, rural, Sangiovese, Sauvignon, Season, Semillon, Sensory, Smoke, smoky, sprays, studies, Sugar, Sunscreen, System, Taint, Techniques, Timing, tools, treatments, University, Victoria, Vineyards, Vintage, Volatile, Warning, Water, websites, Wine
Page Number(s): 47-49
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