2012 AWRI Webinar series
Webinar is an interactive tool enabling you to participate in a live seminar from your desk using a computer with Internet access.
The AWRI’s webinars cover a range of winemaking, winery management, viticulture, and wine and health topics. Each webinar consists of a presentation followed by a Q&A session and is held on a Tuesday or Thursday at 11:30am Australia Central Daylight Time (Adelaide, GMT+9:30).
Register now to participate in our upcoming webinars:
Presentation: Vineyard characteristics used in assessment schemes: theory and practice
Presenter: Peter Dry
Presentation: Effective oxygen management at bottling
Presenter: Warren Roget
Presentation: Winemaking with non-conventional yeast
Presenter: Jenny Bellon
Presentation: How can irrigation management strategies be used to manipulate wine quality?
Presenter: Marcel Essling
Presentation: Protein haze in white wines: new solutions to an old problem
Presenter: Matteo Marangon
Presentation: Practical management of ‘Brett’ in the winery
Presenter: Chris Curtin
Presentation: Harmonising maximum residue limits in agrochemicals: Phosphorous acid and beyond
Presenter: Tony Battaglene (Winemakers’ Federation of Australia)
Presentation: Cold Stability, how to manage and measure it
Presenter: Eric Wilkes
Presentation: Tips for successful wine exporting
Presenter: Steve Guy (Wine Australia)
Presentation: Putting the texture back into white wine – the role of white wine phenolics
Presenter: Richard Gawel
Presentation: Crafting diverse wine styles through an understanding of how grape composition affects wine composition
Presenter: Paul Smith
Presentation: The Pinot G Style Spectrum; a novel tool to communicate wine style to consumers
Presenter: Peter Godden
Presentation: Making better wine for health
Presenter: Creina Stockley
Presentation: Winemaking at low pH: avoiding stuck fermentations in whites and sparkling wines
Presenter: Simon Schmidt
Further information or to register
For further information or to register, please visit our website at http://www.awri.com.au/industry_support/courses-seminars-workshops/webinars/.
After registration, you will receive a confirmation email with details on how to join the session.
You will need a computer with Internet connection and audio is connected via your computer’s microphone and speakers (Voice over IP – VOIP). A headset is highly recommended. You can also access the audio via a toll free number.