The Summer 2021 issue of the Wine & Viticulture Journal will be released this Wednesday. With the 2021 vintage imminent, this issue has a particular
Australian wines made from the variety Pinot Blanc, or Pinot Bianco as it is known in Italy, will be the focus of the next regular
The results of the Wine & Viticulture Journal’s recent tasting of Australian Grenache are among the highlights of the just-released Spring issue of the magazine.
Australian sparkling wines made according to the pétillant naturel, or ‘méthode ancestrale’, style of winemaking will be the focus of the next regular tasting conducted
A focus on fermentation and Prosecco features in the just-released Summer 2020 issue of the Wine & Viticulture Journal. Complementing the results of this issue’s
In the Spring 2019 issue of the Wine & Viticulture Journal, researchers in Argentina reveal the outcomes of their work into finding an organic, plant-based
Last year, researchers from the University of Adelaide, the South Australian Research and Development Institute and NSW Department of Primary Industries made headlines after their
Some timely food for thought on the topic of fermentation ahead of Vintage 2019 is in the just-released Summer 2019 issue of the Wine &
Australia is likely to boast the most accurate record of its vineyards in the world in a matter of months thanks to advanced software that combines high-resolution satellite imagery and artificial intelligence.
First published in the May/June 2018 issue of the Wine & Viticulture Journal
The marketplace for vineyard and winery acquisitions in Australia has reached a point where there is renewed and, in some cases, substantial competition, writes Stephen Strachan in his annual review of this market for the Wine & Viticulture Journal.
A search for the keywords ‘crushing’ or ‘destemming’ or ‘pressing’ in the leading oenology and viticulture journals turns up hundreds of results. On closer inspection, virtually every article mentions these juice handling processes in passing, as part of the experimental methods en route to the actual point of the research – a point which ends up having little to do with juice handling.