3 November 2017
The AWRI has released five new webinars for the November through January period. Registration via the AWRI website in now open!
First up, Dr Rob Bramley from CSIRO will suggest where investment in understanding terroir could be expended and how this might benefit the wine sector. The following four webinars address sooty mould, new yield estimation methods, the climate outlook for vintage 2018 and managing grape bunch rots.
Each webinar includes a presentation and an opportunity for Q&A and is usually held on a Thursday (January’s grape bunch rots webinar will be held on a Friday) at 11:30 am Australian Central Daylight Time (Adelaide, GMT+10:30). All AWRI webinars are free to attend.
The next five webinars for the program are:
9 November 2017: Vineyard variability and terroir: making sense of a sense of place – Dr Rob Bramley (CSIRO)
16 November 2017: Sooty mould red winemaking trial – its impact on processing, composition and sensory attributes of Shiraz wine – Peter Godden (AWRI)
23 November 2017: Improved yield estimation for the Australian wine industry – Dr Mark Whitty (UNSW)
7 December 2017: Bureau of Meteorology Seasonal Outlook for vintage 2018 – Darren Ray (BOM)
19 January 2018: Grape bunch rots and thresholds for wine contamination – Dr Chris Steel (NWGIC/CSU)
After registering for a webinar, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to join the session.
You will need a computer or mobile device with an Internet connection. Audio is connected over the Internet using your computer or mobile device’s speakers (Voice over Internet Protocol – VOIP). Participants joining a webinar via a mobile device will need to download a free app available from iTunes or Google Play.
If you’ve missed a previous AWRI webinar, you can watch it online via the AWRI’s YouTube channel.
For further information on AWRI webinars, please contact the AWRI information services team.