Technical Review August 2019 issue available online

AWRI Technical Notes
AWRI publications
  • Wine storage temperature – investigating the impact of small differences
  • Occurrence and diversity of entomopathogenic fungi (Beauveria spp. and Metarhizium spp.) in Australian vineyard soils
  • Harnessing yeast metabolism of aromatic amino acids for fermented beverage bioflavouring and bioproduction
  • Advances in dissolved gas adjustment
  • Ask the AWRI: post-harvest care of tired vines
  • Ask the AWRI: cleaning winery floors, tanks and hoses
  • Understanding carbon emissions in the wine industry
  • Getting proactive about protein
Current literature – oenology
  • Pinot Noir production – a delicate affair
  • Winemaker trial: where whole clusters are placed in fermenter determines organoleptic qualities
  • Case studies: sanitation best practices for large wineries
  • Winemaker trial: finding the right temperatures on barrel-fermented Chardonnay
  • Technology meets tradition as amphora use grows
  • Does oak grain still matter?
  • Lachancea thermotolerans as a tool to improve pH in red wines from warm regions
  • Malolactic fermentation induced by silica‐alginate encapsulated Oenococcus oeni with different inoculation regimes
  • Malvidin-3-O-glucoside chemical behavior in the wine pH range
  • The phenolic composition of orange wine – effects of skin contact and sulfur dioxide addition on white wine tannin
  • Wine’s emerging water crisis
  • Replacing bottle recycling with reuse
  • Is complexity worth paying for? Investigating the perception of wine complexity for single varietal and blended wines in consumers and experts
Current literature – viticulture
  • Spatial distribution of berry fresh mass, seed number and sugar concentration on grapevine clusters of Shiraz
  • Roundtable: which vineyard equipment are you using and why?
  • Quality up, yields down…weather all over the shop
  • Timing of floral evocation in the grapevine (Vitis vinifera L. cv. Chardonnay) is identified by cyto‐histological changes in the vegetative shoot apical meristem
  • Adjusting winegrape ripening to suit a changing climate
  • Insight & opinion: making organic vineyards sustainable: the Amisfield approach
  • Annual under-vine cover crops mitigate vine vigor in a mature and vigorous Cabernet Franc vineyard
  • Avoiding vine loss from nursery to vineyard
  • Predatory arthropods associated with potential native insectary plants for Australian vineyards
  • A season of nutrition