Do you work in the wine industry? These events are for you. With Easter upon us and many people busy with Vintage, this is a reminder not to miss out on your early registration discount!
15th Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference: 13-18 July, 2013 Sydney NSW
Why should you attend?
Held every three years, the 15AWITC will be held this July in Sydney. An extensive program on offer means there is something for everyone who works with grapes and wine.
24 Australian and 15 international experts will cover all aspects of grape and wine production from the vineyard to consumers. Two additional ‘Fresh Research’ sessions will be held with presentations from selected abstracts of the technical posters, which will be on display throughout the event. 44 workshops on viticulture, winemaking and business will be an excellent way to learn more deeply about relevant topics. WineTech 2013 – exhibits from international and local suppliers – a ‘must-visit’ for anyone interested in the latest technology and services to support your business.
This is the largest gathering of grape and wine professionals in Australia and is an excellent opportunity to catch up with colleagues and to network with industry members from around the world. Register before 5 April to take advantage of the discounted registration fee.
WineHealth 2013: 18-21 July, 2013 Sydney NSW
Why should you attend?
Make the most of your time in Sydney and be part of the discussion on wine’s impact in society and on health by joining delegates at the international forum WineHealth 2013. This event brings together world experts for a stimulating exchange of scientific information and ideas on the impacts of wine consumption on human health, and to explore the effect of wine as a unique alcoholic beverage.
These exchanges will contribute to the evidence base for public policy setting, provide direction for new research efforts into the health effects of wine, and offer opportunities for international collaborations. Register before 5 April to take advantage of the discounted registration fee.
The Australian Wine Research Institute is involved in the planning and staging of both of these events with strong input from industry members throughout Australia – so you can be assured of the quality and value. The 15th AWITC is co-presented by the Australian Society of Viticulture and Oenology.